LexisNexis

The product portfolio includes closed investments mutual funds and bonds, as well as insurance solutions. Until end of September 2009, over 175,000 customers have invested approximately EUR 7.5 billion in 310 investment products. The total investment amounted to EUR 18.3 billion. About LurTech: LurTech develops and markets software solutions for the conversion, compression and Web-optimized deployment of scanned documents and images. The company offers a comprehensive product portfolio of around to the PDF/A long-term archiving. The LurDocument PDF Compressor is from colored or black and white documents in full text (OCR) at the heart of its product range, searchable and highly compressed PDF files created. In addition to scanned documents can be electronically generated Microsoft Office documents, emails and batch efficiently convert PDF files into PDF/A compliant files. In addition, the free form of recognition of the PDF compressor provides maximum flexibility when collecting data by automated classified documents and extract data.

In addition, the compression specialist provides software for high-quality image compression in JPEG2000 format. LurTech was founded in 1995 and has its headquarters in Berlin, Germany, as well as a subsidiary in San Jose, United States. The customers include among others the Landesbank Hessen-Thuringen (Helaba), the Kreissparkasse Ludwigsburg, the DAK Hamburg, the city of Erlangen, Vattenfall, and LexisNexis and library of Congress, both of the United States. The company further information at initiator of the PDF/A competence center and a member of the voipax is Association for organization and information systems. In addition, LurTech employees within the are DIN/ISO working groups for PDF/A as well as in the AWV (Association for economic administration) active.