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Prizm Content Connect v6, HTML5 Viewer Released by Accusoft

HTML5 Zero-Footprint Document Viewer With Annotation and Redaction Functionality

TAMPA, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 11/01/12 -- Accusoft, the leading provider of document, content and imaging solutions, announces the release of Prizm Content Connect v6 HTML5 zero-footprint content viewer, with annotation and redaction controls, thumbnail display and more.

The HTML5 Viewer does not require any plug-ins to function, rather it simply relies on the functionality built into the web browser. The new Prizm Content Connect viewer keeps users focused on the task at hand by eliminating the need to open third party applications. It also limits security risks from third party browser plug-ins and provides IT administrations the flexibility to choose the right browser for their environment needs.

"With these HTML5 enhancements, Prizm Content Connect has been optimized to view documents in desktop and mobile web browsers that support HTML5," said Brian Pageau, Product Group Director at Accusoft. "Additionally, users will be able to create and edit annotations, add a text note to a document or redact sensitive information from client records, using their fingertips on a smartphone or tablet device."

This release also includes improvements to the Prizm Content Connect Flash viewer, Proxy Server and SharePoint edition. These improvements contain product enhancements designed to give users a better response when paging through a file as it is loading. Additionally, enhancements have been made for the support of many popular formats, such as AutoCAD and PDF.

Organizations can reduce software licensing costs by bypassing Microsoft Office, Adobe and other format-specific software installations on an end user's machine with Prizm Content Connect. Users can view, convert, collaborate and share more than 300 document types right within the web browser.

For more information on Prizm Content Connect, visit http://www.accusoft.com/prizmcontentconnect.htm or to request a free trial, visit http://www.accusoft.com/prizmdownload.htm.

Accusoft and Prizm are registered trademarks and Prizm Content Connect is a trademark of Accusoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

About Accusoft
Accusoft provides a full spectrum of document, content and imaging solutions. With its broad range of solutions, Accusoft is committed to delivering best-in-class, enterprise grade and fully-supported applications and a globally recognized suite of software development kits (SDKs). Accusoft products work reliably behind the scenes for capturing, processing, storing and viewing images, documents and more. Add barcode, compression, DICOM, image processing, OCR/ICR, forms processing, PDF, scanning, video, and image viewing to your applications. Products are delivered as applications and toolkits for multiple 32-bit/64-bit platforms and development environments, including iOS, Android, .NET, Silverlight, ASP.NET, ActiveX, Java, Linux, Solaris, Mac OSX, and IBM AIX. For more information, please visit www.accusoft.com.

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