DocOrigin Chosen by Aperam for Switching Documentation
Eclipse Corporation announced that global player in stainless, electrical and specialty steel Aperam has chosen DocOrigin to replace its aging document
Eclipse Corporation announced that global player in stainless, electrical and specialty steel Aperam has chosen DocOrigin to replace its aging document generation solution Adobe Central, known previously as JetForm. In DocOrigin, Aperam found a robust, dependable and modern solution that was more efficient, faster, and easier to work with than Adobe Central. Built from the ground up by the original creators of Adobe Central, DocOrigin developers' extensive history with forms and document production allowed Aperam to convert to DocOrigin quickly and effectively.
Aperam's business model is very much rooted in documents, which are used to pay their employees, purchase materials, invoice customers, label their packages, maintain compliance, and more. Migrating 150 existing (JetForm) Central document templates, which had required a heavy investment of time and finances to perfect over the years, was one of Aperam's top priorities in finding a suitable replacement. DocOrigin's conversion tool allowed Aperam to directly import their existing Adobe Output template files with 90-99% accuracy rate. The company can also continue to use their existing, field nominated data files because DocOrigin automatically converts them to XML on the fly, thus, further supporting another of Aperam's requirements for rapid migration with their current line of business software. Aperam runs their current Adobe Central solution in parallel with DocOrigin, allowing them to move new documents into production at their own pace.
Aperam is a global player in stainless steel. They produce 2.5 million tonnes of flat stainless steel in Europe and Brazil, but they are also a leading producer of high value-added specialty products, including electrical steel and nickel alloys.