Ascensio System SIA, a corporate IT application and environment developer, just lifted the veil on its TeamLab Document Editor, a component of a web office suite for corporate communication, collaboration, customer relations, and project management. Its HTML5-based architecture, enhanced technologies, and increased functionality makes TeamLab a vital part of any business that's serious about its tech resources, delivering the capacity to keep documents online without having to transfer the file from one local point to another in the global network. Other manufacturers barely scratch the surface on what TeamLab can do.
For example, the word processor does not differentiate input with output, ensuring that every browser on every operating system can view the elements within documents in the same manner. This is very useful when a company wants to maintain uniformity when printing documents. It also allows for table processing, text and header styles, numbering schemes, and line spacing. Why not throw in a couple of bonuses for people using non-Latin alphabets? Oh wait, it does.
With this kind of true WYSIWYG environment might actually demolish the boundaries that keep people from trusting online word processing solutions. With a move away from desktop-based solutions, we might start to see these kinds of things integrated in SaaS (News - Alert).
The beta version of TeamLab Document Editor is available on the Demo Portal.
Edited by Jennifer Russell