PowerPoint conversion to Image and PDF using Aspose.Slides for .NET
memoQ directly imports DOC, XLS, PPTX files to create preview and renders them to other formats without using Office Interop
About memoQ memoQ formerly known as Kilgray Translation Technologies is the fastest growing provider of computer-assisted human translation tools. The company was founded in 2005 in Hungary, and today it has offices in 6 countries. memoQ has revolutionized the way teams work together on translation, allowing several people to work simultaneously on the same set of documents, ensuring maximum translation quality in the shortest turnaround time. memoQ is the most popular server technology among translation companies and increasingly popular among enterprise customers, especially among game developers.
DynaFile Document Preview and Office files Conversion to Image and PDF Accomplished using Aspose.Total for .NET
About Blue Ribbon Technologies Blue Ribbon Technologies created DynaFile, a web-based document management application offered as a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution to its users. Providing a robust set of features and tools, DynaFile offers the capability for users to easily archive, retrieve, and manage documents stored within the system.
DynaFile allows employees and business associates to access, view, retrieve, and share documents effortlessly without the need to install any proprietary software.
josh Protocol relies on Aspose.Total for .NET for MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Image, and TXT to PDF Conversion
About it Consult it Consult is the leading software house in Italy in the Microsoft environment for services and development of software platforms for Organization Intelligence, i.e Business Process, Workflow, Document and Knowledge Management, and in areas like DigitPA standard Computer Procedures, Document Filing, and Substitutive Document Conservation.
We developed a solution named josh Protocol. The main goal of the “josh Protocol!” is to record both letters received and letters dispatched by Italian Public Authorities, to stay within the bounds of the law in force.