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Nitro PDF Professional OCR with Optical Character Recognition released by Nitro PDF Software

Nitro PDF Software, a company providing solutions for PDF, yesterday announced the release of Nitro PDF Professional OCR, latest  iteration of Nitro Pro with Optimal Character Recognition (OCR).

The application allow users to create PDF documents and recognize text from pre-existing image- or paper-based documents, making it possible for them to be searched, edited, archived, and published. The document consolidation and archival process is streamlined with the use of I.R.I.S. technology, allowing fully-compliant, easily-archived PDF/A documents creation from disparate documents and images. It supports multi-language and can be used on documents written in English, German, French, and Spanish.

Along with the implementation of all-new OCR technology, the release inhabits all the features of Nitro Pro like creating, converting, editing, combining, securing, form-filling, reviewing and saving industry-standard PDF files.

Gina O’Reilly, Nitro’s SVP, Sales & Marketing said “As the single most requested feature, by an overwhelming majority, from our users, it was never a question of whether or not we add OCR to our feature set – simply, “how quickly can we build it?”. He also added “Our flagship product, Nitro Pro, has been firmly established as an incredibly persuasive, fully-featured offering within the desktop PDF software marketplace, so the addition of OCR further cements its status as the leading PDF solution for enterprise while reinforcing our commitment to meeting the needs of our users.”

To buy the latest from Nitro PDF software visit http://www.nitropdf.com/store/nitro_pdf_professional_ocr.htm

Source of Information [http://www.nitropdf.com/corporate/pr/pr_090210.htm]

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