PDF technology provides a very effective way to share and collaborate with documents because PDFs are compact files that retain the original design elements when you print or display them, using PCs, mobile devices and eBook readers.
Individuals and companies rely on PDF to capture and share information, with more than 275 million PDF documents on the Web today and an incalculable number of PDF files in use by governments and businesses worldwide. However, when it comes to using PDF, most organizations are only scratching the surface of the productivity-enhancing aspects of the technology.
“PDF software not only helps us find an electronic substitute for paper documents - it allows companies to do many business tasks more efficiently,” said Bill Brikiatis of Nuance. “PDF software allows you to avoid the inefficiencies inherent to working with paper - such as you can’t search through a long document quickly or it is time-consuming to move and share paper documents. The payoff to tapping the full power of PDF is a greener, more paper-free office.”
Nuance has identified 10 ways, many of which are available free when using various PDF readers, that individuals and companies can be more paper free using PDF.
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