Cevisio Implemented MS Word document Preview and Print while preserving original formatting using Aspose APIs

About Cevisio Cevisio Software und Systeme GmbH & Co. KG is a system house based in Germany and was founded in 2001. Our two company branches (hardware and software) are complementary and enable us to offer the best care for our clients. We offer consultation services, system integration, network services, and business software. Our longstanding experience and wide expertise in the IT business have shown that there was no software available that matches every company and connects each department.
December 11, 2012 · 3 min · Alexandra Sprebitz

The University of North Carolina Generates, Prints and Performs Mail Merge in Word Document Reports all within Web Browser

About University of North Carolina I work as an analyst in the Department of Application Services, which ensures consistency and quality in the development, implementation, distribution, and support of software solutions supporting campus-wide data management needs at the division, school, department, or any other administrative unit level. We recently were tasked to replace the legacy Immunization Tracking System on OpenVMS with a Web-based, ASP.NET application. Project The Immunization Tracking System ASP.
January 9, 2009 · 4 min · Alex Cougarman

Square 9 implemented Word, PDF, Excel files Management within SmartSearch solution using Aspose.Total for .NET Product suite

About Square 9 Square 9 is a young, vibrant, FUN company—a personality that is reflected in our robust growth, our beautiful new office, and the passion and dedication of our ever-expanding team. At Square 9, we may play the occasional game, but we also deliver game-changing solutions every day. SmartSearch was developed to address an unfulfilled need in the marketplace for a powerful, yet affordable document management solution. What made SmartSearch unique was that it offered much of the same functionality found in enterprise-level solutions for less than a fraction of the cost.
March 6, 2008 · 3 min · Brian Banet