Last month we announced Eclipse’s new public documentation website and customer feedback has been extremely positive. The website is designed to help our customers from designers to developers find all the information they need about DocOrigin software and Eclipse web applications in one place. We have consolidated our existing documentation as well as created new hands-on training material for all DocOrigin documentation needs.

If you haven’t had a chance to take a look, check it out!

Visit the new website to access:

  • Reference Manuals
  • User Guides
  • Pane Talk (our technical blog with advanced topics)
  • Videos

We hope you enjoy using this site and get to learn something new about DocOrigin. If you have any feedback, we would love to hear from you at


DSF ’23 Charlotte

For the past 15 years, DOCUMENT Strategy Forum (DSF) has reigned supreme in educating and enlightening professionals involved in Content Management, Customer Communications and Customer Experience.

Join Eclipse May 22-24, 2023 in Charlotte, NC for DSF ’23. We’ll be exhibiting!


Keep IT Out of Your Documents

Gathering formerly separate small print jobs to run as one large batch is a smart way to take advantage of the efficiency that full-color inkjet printing offers. Combining multiple print jobs in this way makes the printing operation more efficient and decreases waste.

One way to accomplish such a task is to use document composition software that can create data-driven documents using a master template strategy. This happens to be a strength of Eclipse’s DocOrigin® with Business Communications Center (BCC) software.

Click below to read this article and learn more tips about how to take advantage of the speed and flexibility that full color inkjet printers provide.

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