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Nitro PDF Provides Collaboration Software to Easily Create, Alter Digital Documents
By Stefanie Mosca, TMCnet Managing Editor
Nitro PDF, a San Francisco, CA (News - Alert) based company, has developed an affordable and intuitive collaboration software product that not only serves as an alternative PDF reader, but also provides a SaaS (News - Alert) solution that addresses the common issues users experience when working with digital documents.
Nitro PDF’s flagship product, Nitro PDF Professional, is a full-featured replacement for Acrobat that includes general PDF functionalities as well as additives that the Adobe reader does not offer.
The company has adopted the standard ribbon and toolbar look and feel used in Microsoft Office therefore, Nitro PDF Professional is easy to adopt and minimizes usual downtime spent learning how to navigate new software. In fact, O’Reilly referred to the software as “the missing component in Microsoft office.
O’Reilly categorized having a fully functional PDF reader as second to utilizing the right browser; it’s just necessary.
Another aspect that is unique to the Nitro PDF software is its Quicksign feature which allows you to stamp your signature on PDF files in seconds with just the click of a mouse.
If you are interested in trying Nitro PDF before you purchase it, a free trial is available that allows users to turn image-based files into fully searchable and editable digital documents.
Nitro PDF Professional provides a feature set that is already put in place that includes the capabilities that users need, but excludes additional features that are unnecessary. Deployments are customizable and range from small marketing teams to large enterprise companies, offering the same enterprise scaled solution.
At an affordable price of only $99, Nitro PDF lets users quickly create, covert, combine, edit and share industry-standard PDF files. Nitro’s easy-to-use PDF tools make working with documents, spreadsheets, forms and other files efficient and easy.
Stefanie Mosca is a Web editor for TMCnet. Previously she worked as a freelance copy editor for Digital Surgeons LLC. She holds a master's degree in journalism from Quinnipiac University and a bachelor's degree in communication from the University of New Haven. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Stefanie Mosca