Ghent, Belgium, April 25, 2017 – Developers now are able to partner with leading PDF library company, iText Software, to market add-ons to iText 7.
The iText 7 Platform allows software developers to create add-ons, while iText provides international sales and marketing support. With this “outside-in” way of innovation, iText expands the functionality of its core iText 7 engine to respond to specific customer requirements. This relationship also provides the development community with revenue sharing opportunities and access to the commercial market.
“We’ve received countless requests for iText to build add-ons, but working alone we’re unable to keep up with the market demand,” said Raf Hens, iText director of product management. “Through this partner program, we engage the developer community from a strategic business level. Now, developers can build applications to meet the market’s needs, and we can provide the sales and marketing functions necessary to broadly distribute their iText 7 add-on.”
Dual Lab developed the first iText 7 Platform add-on, pdf2Data. This add-on enables users to programmatically extract data from PDFs.
“We are glad to partner with iText for distributing pdf2Data across the globe,” said Boris Doubrov, CEO and co-founder of Dual Lab. “This allows us to focus on what we do best – developing innovative software, while iText provides a recognized technology and has great experience in international marketing and sales. It’s a win-win.”
For software developers interested in taking advantage of the iText 7 Platform, learn more at: www.itextpdf.com/itext-developer-platform
About iText iText Software is a world-leading company in PDF technology. Founded by Bruno Lowagie in 2008, the company has grown to offer the world’s largest open source PDF library for developers. As a dedicated member of the ISO Committee and PDF Association, iText is committed to continually evolving PDF technology and delivering powerful solutions for its customers. Learn more about our passion for PDF on our website at www.itextpdf.com.