Nuance Communications, Inc., a leading provider of PDF solutions, has announced that Canon Europe will bundle Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office with Canon's full range of DR Series scanners. This combination of Canon's leading scanning devices and Nuance's PDF software will allow office users to deliver an end-to-end paperless document workflow solution.
Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office is an application for creating, editing and converting PDF files that supports industry standards such as PDF/A. The product offers "scan-to" connectivity to a range of enterprise content management systems, making it a valuable addition to an organization's collaboration environment.
The key benefits from this combination of Canon Scanners and Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office include:
Fast and accurate PDF scanning -- Canon's superior scanning devices combined with eCopy PDF Pro Office's highly accurate OmniPage OCR engine will deliver fast and accurate scanning.
PDF-to-Office conversion -- eCopy PDF Pro Office allows users to convert existing and scanned PDF files into fully-formatted Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Corel WordPerfect documents. The eCopy Visual Document Assembly feature can combine Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents with scanned PDF documents. The software also includes FormTyper for converting a paper form into a fillable PDF form.
Integration with browsers -- Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office provides a PDF toolbar for browsers, which allows users to directly interact with PDF through their browsers.
Smarter PDF search -- Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office provides faster and smarter search of PDF documents. It supports search & markup, redaction and searching specific patterns.
Integration with Enterprise Content Management systems -- This allows users to directly open, edit and save PDF documents with leading content management systems. Nuance eCopy PDF Pro Office supports integration with Microsoft SharePoint, OpenText DocsOpen, OpenText LiveLink, LexusNexus CaseMap and NetDocuments.com
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