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InovoOlution and LuraTech Provide Single Source for Email Management

Both companies addressing the international market together, integrating the PDF Compressor into NOVO Mail

InovoOlution and LuraTech have developed a new solution for email management with integrated PDF/A compression: InovoOlution's NOVO Mail, the platform for managing incoming mail business-wide, integrated with the LuraTech PDF Compressor.

NOVO Mail is InovoOlution's central platform for receiving and processing emails business-wide. The PDF Compressor is considered standard technology for capturing and compressing documents, then converting them to PDF or PDF/A format. In bringing both products together, InovoOlution and LuraTech are strengthening their technological partnership and creating input and email management solutions using the PDF/A standard.

With NOVO PDF Compression, color PDF documents can be created while still keeping file sizes to a minimum - a clear advantage over previous approaches. Many companies in Germany are already successfully using this solution. "Integrating LuraTech's innovative compression technology into NOVO Mail opens up new advantages across every aspect of input management", explained Thomas Schneider, Managing Director of InovoOlution GmbH, "which means we can offer an ideal solution for creating legally-compliant digital customer records".

"We're very pleased to have won InovoOlution as another strong integration partner for our compression technology", added LuraTech's Executive Director, Carsten Heiermann. "NOVO Mail and the PDF Compressor complement one another in outstanding fashion."

As part of this closer partnership, the two companies will maintain a joint presence internationally, focusing initially on the US and the UK. With this in mind, Gary Hodkinson, former Director of Sales at LuraTech Ltd., is moving to InovoOlution to serve as the company's new Director of Business Development. In his new role, Mr Hodkinson will be responsible for international customers and business partners.

About: InovoOlution GmbH:
InovoOlution provides powerful, platform-independent, state of the art solutions and services for optimizing and automating incoming mail systems. Our portfolio supports all modern input channels (mail, fax, email, E-Postbrief, De-Mail, etc.) and combines technology from leading software providers with our own NOVO Product Family.
The NOVO Product Family's core functions include classification, categorization and indexing, as well as archival and storage of all kinds of incoming documents to meet legal and regulatory frameworks. Our solutions are scalable and guarantee a rapid return on investment.

Supported by our truly outstanding soft skills and comprehensive industry know-how, we walk hand-in-hand with our customers to treat them as our partners. This is how we live out our company philosophy every day: WE CREATE HUMAN IT.

About LuraTech:
LuraTech delivers production software and document and data conversion solutions, along with bespoke services and outstanding support. Scan service providers and other enterprises and organisations get the best out of all production tools with LuraTech as a partner. LuraTech's solutions achieve the same levels of automation and integration in document processing as other industries have demonstrated in their own production methods. LuraTech's solutions are easy to handle and require a manageable level of customisation and individual programming work to implement.

DocYard is the production software solution for scan service providers which integrates every step of production into configurable, centrally manageable workflows. LuraDocument PDF Compressor Enterprise is a production-oriented application for compression, conversion to PDF(/A), OCR, classification and form data extraction.

LuraTech's reference customers include scan service providers arvato (Bertelsmann) and Ratiodata, German health insurance provider DAK, the German state bank of Hesse and Thuringia (Helaba), the Kreissparkasse Ludwigsburg savings bank and other savings banks, the city of Stuttgart and numerous other cities and municipalities, publisher Heinrich Bauer Verlag, and energy providers Vattenfall, RWE and E.ON. International reference customers include Harvard University, the U.S. Library of Congress, the Dutch Royal Library, the Internet Archive and the U.S. Air Force.

Since its foundation in 1995, LuraTech has been a leading provider of open and ISO-standards-based document and image compression solutions. These include, among others, the company's successful PDF, PDF/A and JPEG2000 products.

LuraTech is an active participant in various associations, including the "Standards und Normen" association and regional groups of the Association of Organization and Information Systems (VOI) and BITKOM. In addition, LuraTech is the initiator and founding member of the PDF/A Competence Center - a global association with more than 120 members. LuraTech also is a member of the associations AIIM, ARMA, NIRMA and TAWPI.

The company headquarters are in Berlin, with additional offices in Remscheid (Germany) and Swindon (UK).

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