Workshare Launches PDF Professional Plus Upgrade with Integrations for Autonomy Worksite and Microsoft SharePoint 2010
By SPTechWeb Newswire
April 18, 2012 —
Workshare, a leading provider of document collaboration software, today releases Workshare PDF Professional Plus 2.0 with new integrations for Autonomy iManage Worksite and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. The new upgrade also continues to provide cost-effective PDF creation, conversion and editing solutions.
The integration with Autonomy Worksite and SharePoint 2010 allows users to easily open, combine files into a PDF portfolio and save PDF files directly in the document repository. The solution also allows legal professionals to easily create ebriefs and PDF/A documents, prepare documents for court and electronic filings.
Workshare PDF Professional Plus 2.0 is an easy-to-use solution to create PDF documents and forms, convert files to and from the PDF format and merge various documents, spreadsheets and presentations into one PDF document.
Other new features in version 2.0 include:
• Powerful redact capabilities and the ability to add redact codes to meet regulatory requirements (e.g. FOIA)
• Ability to shrink files on demand
• Ability to combine multiple files from within the main product
• New favorites, History and Revert to last Save
• Ability to index a PDF for improved search
“PDFs are very common in business today and Workshare PDF Professional Plus now makes it extremely easy to create and manage them, particularly now that we have fully integrated with iManage and SharePoint 2010,” said Scott Smull, CEO, Workshare. “The software continues our commitment to provide tools that improve productivity and efficiency among knowledge workers.”
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