fCoder provides robust digital document and image processing applications to corporations, educational institutions, government agencies and individual consumers worldwide. The company, which was founded in 1998, designs and develops its software solutions within its three divisions – document imaging, image processing, and digital photo editing.
Solutions that improve the efficiency and security of business document circulation are produced within fCoder's document imaging division. This division focuses on designing and building software for converting various document types into change-protected and platform-independent formats. With these solutions, customers can share critical business files, while preserving and protecting the original contents and design elements, including all fonts and graphics.
Launched in 2000, the division developed the first version of Universal Document Converter, and released it the following year. The product's unique features, high-performance, and intuitive interface contributed to its highly successful introduction to the marketplace. Currently the division's products list included Print Conductor, FolderMill and DocuFreezer - a software for automation of digital documents printing and conversion process.
fCoder's document imaging solutions are currently in use at hundreds of leading corporations worldwide, including Siemens AG, Xerox Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation and Rolls-Royce Energy Systems.
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The image processing division of fCoder develops batch processing software for graphics and other electronic files. Customers can use these solutions to convert digital images from rare, highly specialized formats into high-quality images in popular and widely-used formats such as JPEG and TIFF.
The image processing division was launched in 1998, when it introduced the company's first commercial product – ImageConverter Plus. High-performance 2JPEG and 2TIFF applications followed in 2000, enabling fCoder to readily meet the demands of corporations with database servers, as well as photolab software developers. Hundreds of high-profile organizations and government agencies around the world – including Ford Motor Company, The Bank of Kentucky, City of Lincoln, Project Gutenberg, Nevada Irrigation District, Tokyo Broadcasting System Inc., CanWest MediaWorks Publications Inc., IPC Association, SRS Technologies, Data Capture Solutions Ltd., SACS Medical AB, Matrix Imaging Solutions Inc., Prous Science Corporation, and ForteYang International Ltd. – are benefiting from the solutions produced by the image processing division.
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With software designed by fCoder's digital photo editing division, customers can quickly and easily alter or enhance any photo that has been taken with a digital camera. As a result, individuals who enjoy taking snapshots can do much more than just preserve their most valuable memories – they can transform their digital photos into something creative and special.
The division, and the first version of PhotoMix, were both launched in 1999. Although the first product focused primarily on collage creation, its concept was later expanded with the help of a team of usability experts. An improved version, which included a new interface and advanced features to meet the needs of digital scrapbookers, was introduced to the market in 2004.
The solutions created by the digital photo editing division are currently used by tens of thousands of customers worldwide. Additionally, our software has been recognized and highly-regarded by many leading industry magazines including Chip, PC Answers, PC go!, and DigitalPhoto Camera.