PDFs have the second largest install-base in the world, second only to browsers. This pervasiveness brings with it some common misconceptions. One is the idea that PDF access is too expensive for every employee, even though PDF is in nearly every business, large or small. And two, that PDF is a "dead" technology with no innovation.
Since PDF is the most prevalent document format on the web, in email attachments and in business documents, it only makes sense to leverage this massive opportunity to reach more workers, more effectively. There has been little to no investment in delivering a better solution to today's professionals, but PDF done right can touch every employee, while bringing a host of productivity and collaboration benefits to bear.
According to Sam Chandler, CEO of Nitro, by analyzing what matters most in PDF enhancements, seeing what is affordable and scalable, and looking at organizational cost savings, IT departments can improve outcomes for their businesses at a low overall cost.
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