Testimonials for XSL-FO 1.1 Recommendation

These testimonials complement the press release about the publication of the XSL-FO 1.1 Recommendation.

Antenna House recognizes that XSL-FO specification is very important in order to print XML with high quality. And we have developed XSL Formatter aiming at conforming to this specification as faithfully as possible. Fortunately, XSL Formatter is now utilized by a large number of customers in over 34 countries all over the world. Antenna House promises to continue to make efforts to further improve this product for customers who utilize the XSL-FO specification.

-- Tokushige Kobayashi, President, Antenna House

Thanks to the new 1.1 release of XSL-FO, Inventive Designers will be able to provide major customers worldwide (such as BellSouth, Nike, SunCorp, U.S. Postal Service, and others) with essential new features that allow them to produce their documents in a standard way. We are already looking forward to other major improvements to XSL-FO in the future."

-- Klaas Bals, CTO, Inventive Designers

XSL-FO仕様V1.1が勧告になったことをお祝い申し上げます。また、作業グループの長年に渡る努力に対して敬意を表したいと思います。 アンテナハウスはXSL-FO仕様が、XMLを高品質で印刷するために重要なものであることを認識しています。そして、本仕様を可能な限り忠実に実装することを目標にXSL Formatterを開発してきました。 幸い、これまでに世界の34の国にまたがる多数のお客様にXSL Formatterを利用していただくことができました。弊社では、XSL-FO仕様を利用される全てのお客様のご満足をいただけるように、さらに本製品の改良を続けることを約束します。

-- アンテナハウス株式会社 代表取締役 小林 徳滋

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