StreamServe Enters Into Agreement with Adobe for Next Generation Dynamic Enterprise Publishing

Partnership brings together industry leaders in interactive forms and high-volume enterprise document production

BURLINGTON, Mass.--()--StreamServe® Inc., the global leader in Enterprise Document Presentment, today announced it has entered into an agreement with Adobe Systems Incorporated to provide support for XML Forms Architecture (XFA), the format of Adobe® LiveCycle® Designer software, the industry leader for XML form design. This collaboration represents a shared vision for the future of personalized document generation that provides a common design environment for the production and distribution of business-critical documents in support of both interactive and high-volume output processes.

XFA combines the data and capabilities of XML with rich presentation capabilities for multi-channel delivery, including PDF. Adobe LiveCycle Designer enables the creation of dynamic XFA form templates. This award-winning software supports XML data and schema bindings, enhances document security with template designs for digital signatures, and enables compliance with government accessibility requirements for online forms. With it, enterprises can extend their investment in XML technologies, applications and development expertise by enabling anyone with Adobe Reader® software to participate in secure, interactive data capture processes that extend to customers, partners or suppliers. Examples include new account applications, bid response or correspondence generation.

Companies today are focused on engaging their customersto increase customer loyalty and commitment to the brand, said Melissa Webster, program director of IDCs Content & Digital Media Technologies group. We see tremendous opportunity for companies to leverage a dynamic enterprise publishing platform to create an electronic conversation with the customeressentially, to enable sophisticated mass-personalized customer interactions. An integrated electronic forms capability is key for doing just that.

With this agreement, we continue to extend the reach of XFA and enable enterprises to standardize on a common design environment for all business-critical communications, said David Mendels, senior vice president, Enterprise and Developer Business Unit, Adobe. We look forward to growing our relationship with StreamServe to deliver solutions that will always give our customers a strategic advantage when creating business communications.

This partnership empowers both StreamServe and Adobe customers with the ability to streamline extended business processes that deliver personalized information at every step. This approach can help organizations enhance customer relationships and drive additional revenues across their entire customer base, said Chris Stone, president and CEO of StreamServe.

StreamServe Persuasion permits companies to take information from enterprise applications such as ERP, CRM, SCM and legacy systems and transform it into business correspondence that acts as a dynamic and personalized marketing vehicle for cross-sell, up-sell and brand building. As a result, companies are able to profit from what they know about their customers.

About StreamServe Inc.

StreamServe Enterprise Document Presentment (EDP) software enables the worlds leading companies to communicate effectively with their customers, partners and suppliers through the automated creation and presentment of documents in any format and channel. StreamServes EDP solutions enable more than 4,500 customers in 130 countries to present a full range of interactive, electronic and print-based documents generated by enterprise applications. Customers include leading global companies such as Bayer, BMW, CLP Power Hong Kong, Circuit City and DaimlerChrysler Bank. StreamServe is headquartered in Burlington, MA and has 15 offices worldwide. For additional information, please visit www.streamserve.com.

StreamServe®, the StreamServe logo, StreamServe EDP, StreamServe Persuasion and How Does Your Company Present Itself? are all trademarks of StreamServe Inc. All other marks are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. ©StreamServe Inc. 2007.

Contacts

StreamServe US
StreamServe Inc.
Julie Ginches, 781-761-6614
Fax: 781-229-6622
julie.ginches@streamserve.com
or
Schwartz Communications, Inc.
Keith Giannini or Amy Burnis, 781-684-0770
F 781-684-6500
Streamserve@schwartz-pr.com

Contacts

StreamServe US
StreamServe Inc.
Julie Ginches, 781-761-6614
Fax: 781-229-6622
julie.ginches@streamserve.com
or
Schwartz Communications, Inc.
Keith Giannini or Amy Burnis, 781-684-0770
F 781-684-6500
Streamserve@schwartz-pr.com