Docudesk releases PervasivePDF

October 18, 2007


Plano, Texas-based Docudesk has released PervasivePDF, a lightweight, inexpensive PDF creation tool that has been streamlined for enterprise deployment.

"We created the PervasivePDF program to simultaneously address both end-users' PDF creation requirements and the IT administrator's software quality and management concerns," said Brent Gaynor, VP of Marketing for Docudesk. "Even without modification, the entire deskPDF product line is a perfect fit for enterprise environments. It is highly accurate, simple to use, and affordably priced for broad enterprise deployment. For example, a business with a 100 users can deploy deskPDF Professional for just $17 per user and price breaks for greater volumes are very 'customer-friendly. The PervasivePDF program enhances the deskPDF line, because it solves so many of the problems that end-users and IT administrators encounter with the PDF creators that are currently available."

The product supports Windows platforms from 2000 to Vista, and comes with free lifetime product support. PervasivePDF may also be purchased in a bundle with deskUNPDF, allowing the conversion of PDF documents to Word for content editing.

For more information about the product or to download a trial version, check out the

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