Planet PDF releases new resource centers

October 27, 2005


Planet PDF has this week launched two new PDF resource centers, with more to follow in the near future. The Resource Centers serve to aggregate PDF content such as whitepapers, case studies and product information that relate to PDF. The centers are a great first port of call for users of third-party software, as they can find in-depth information on the products -- straight from the vendors themselves.

"The Planet PDF team are excited to introduce our new Resource Centers. While the Planet PDF site has a myriad of PDF resources, tips, tricks, and learning centers, we've lacked detailed PDF product information and usage scenario examples. These new Resource Centers will offer a gold mine of knowledge to our 250,000+ monthly visitors," said Planet PDF Senior Account Executive Robert Milne. "Our long term sponsors and advertisers now have another avenue to explain the benefits of their products, while our readers will have a greater understanding of ways to improve their business workflows with the power of PDF."

The centers have launched with offerings from Adlib eDocument Solutions, Enfocus Software, FileOpen Systems, PDF Tools and Windjack Solutions.

The Home and Enterprise & Government Resource Centers are now live, with Creative & Print and Developer centers pending.

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