eCopy PDF Pro Office

Nuance is the name behind best-selling speech recognition software Dragon and a string of other intuitive, performance-enhancing products and solutions.

The company’s powerful eCopy PDF Pro Office software allows businesses to create, convert, edit, compress and share PDF documents with greater flexibility than ever before – adding value while dramatically improving productivity.

Here is a taste of how eCopy PDF Pro Office software could benefit your business.

Advanced functionality fuels faster working

  • Use one-click scanning from your scanner or MFD (multifunction device) to scan straight to the best PDF format for you – scan to a standard, searchable or editable PDF format
  • Easily convert static PDF files into dynamic, workable PDF documents with full word processing capabilities – doing away with the need to retype documents and quickly making the information contained accessible and usable
  • Easily create and edit documents with impressive drag-and-drop capabilities, which allow you to seamlessly copy pages, graphics, tables, images and more, across PDF, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Corel etc. You can also add bookmarks and transfer hyperlinks
  • With Dragon Notes, you can use your voice to instantly add comments directly into PDF files

Better ways to connect, share and store the documents you need

  • New connectors expand your ability to both save files directly to the cloud, and access those stored there – interacting with a wide range of cloud-based file-sharing services including Box, Google Docs, Windows Live SkyDrive, Office 365, Evernote and Dropbox
  • Searchable format options and integration with the most well-used document management systems give systems and their users seamless access to the data contained within PDFs
  • Instantly create industry-standard PDF files with security options that are compliant and compatible with all PDF viewers
  • PDF/A compliance verification becomes simple with the Compliance Checker which will report the issue and a proposed resolution if a PDF fails the test