Title: Electronic Document (BOK): Document Objects
Date/Time: Tuesday April 5th – 2:00pm to 2:50pm
Room: Bonaire 5
Presenter: Bill Broddy, M-EDP
All customer communication documents are assembled from a series of predefined objects, such as fonts, photos, vector-graphics, barcodes, scanned images, and structured text blocks. When these are constructed correctly, documents can be rendered quickly, accurately, and repeatedly (today and in seven years). Poorly constructed objects can cause printers to crash, electronic documents to freeze, and archived copies to incorrectly render.
This session will explain the different types of objects, why they are different, why legacy objects are problematic, and why multi-channel testing is critical.
Attendee Takeaways: Understand the necessity for different object structures to support different needs.