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Accusoft Launches FormSuite for Structured Forms v5.1

Accusoft, the industry leader in document and imaging solutions for developers, announces the latest release of FormSuite for Structured Forms, its multi-purpose forms processing solution for the .NET programming platform.

FormSuite for Structured Forms v5.1 features numerous functionality updates, including enhancements to the FormAssist tool. Form fields can now be reordered through simple drag and drop and quickly copied from one template to another, streamlining the creation of new forms. Tools like optical character recognition (OCR) are more easily accessible through shortcuts, and form templates can be cloned easily to create new templates with similar fields.

New sample forms have also been added to illustrate how seamlessly FormSuite works with various storage options such as Amazon Web Services, MongoDB and SQL Server, which have become increasingly popular in the development community. Other samples have been updated to support the latest version of Visual Studio.

Such innovations ensure that FormSuite remains easily deployable in a web-based environment, as well as the most comprehensive and versatile toolkit for forms data extraction on the market. Customers regularly make requests to help FormSuite evolve, and the company has listened.

“Our clients let us know that the enhanced form processing functionality was important to them, as was the ability to use any number of new storage options,” said Jack Berlin, Accusoft CEO. “With this release we’ve addressed those concerns, helping FormSuite grow with the needs of our customer base.”

To learn more about FormSuite for Structured Forms v5.1 or to start your free trial, visit

About Accusoft
Accusoft offers a robust portfolio of document and imaging tools for developers. Our APIs and software development toolkits are built using patented technology, providing high-performance document viewing, advanced search, image compression, conversion, barcode recognition, OCR, and other image processing tools for use in application and web development. Visit for more information.

Megan Brooks