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The vendor presents the Nitro Productivity Suite as a document productivity solution that provides PDF editing and unlimited eSigning together in one affordable package. With Customer Success and Nitro Analytics, Nitro aims to help businesses accelerate user adoption, optimize document workflows, drive measurable digital transformation, and demonstrate ROI.
- Supported: Document Management
- Supported: Reminders and Expirations
- Supported: Sign-In Process
- Supported: Signature Workflow
- Supported: Signature Document Creation
- Supported: Enterprise Scalability
- Supported: Regulatory Compliance
- Supported: Signature History and Audit
- Supported: Editing History
- Supported: Integration APIs
|Deployment Types||On-premise, SaaS|
|Mobile Application||Windows Phone, Mobile Web|
|Supported Languages||German, English, French, Italian, Dutch, Spanish|
Frequently Asked Questions
- Easily converts .doc to PDF
- Makes PDFs editable
- Unbundles PDF pages
- Steep learning curve [in my experience]
- Edited fields tend to overlap
- [I feel it has a] clunky interface
- View PDF
- Sign PDF
- Edit PDF
- Redaction tool
- Prefer the perpetual license purchase vs subscription/SAS model.
- Digitally sign
- Edit and redaction
- Generate PDF with print driver
- Improve viewing/compatibility with all PDF formats.
- Editing PDF documents to complete blank forms
- Viewing PDF documents
- Converting PDF documents to MS Word
- Providing e-signature functionality
- Editing PDF documents to add page numbering
- Editing PDF documents to remove text
- Editing PDF documents to insert images
- The font choices could be better and more robust.
- Sometimes converting PDF documents to MS Word has formatting problems, like with some tables.
- Converting MS Word to PDF can be slow sometimes, meaning it is faster to save the MS Word document as a PDF than selecting the file for conversion using the Nitro PDF convert option.
Nitro is not perfect and can have issues converting complex items into MS Word, particularly with some tables and special formatted forms. It also doesn't have all the fonts and document editing features that MS Word has.
- Document conversion from PDF to word, excel, ppt, etc
- Comparing documents
- Password protecting documents and sharing with specific users only
- A little challenging to mark up a document w/ comments
- The search function is good but not great when using keywords in large documents.
- Easy to use
- The fasted product in combining and converting files
- No mobile app available for IOS
- Ability to combine files SEAMLESSLY and order them around as necessary (so underrated)
- Signing not only for yourself but for others. Helpful for those who have been granted the authority to sign for VPs and directors
- Much easier to use than some other PDF viewing services
- There have been times when saving certain figures has been lost, could be made clearer
- Multi-language support would be helpful! Our teams abroad sometimes struggle with the advanced features that have a lot of prompts
- Being able to combine multi media files! Emails, PDFs, JPGs, etc. would be really nice.
- It is fast
- Bug free
- Integrates with other software easily
- MS Word Export-to-PDF Plugin can export one page or a hundred pages flawlessly.
- One-Time Purchase is better for my business' bottom line.
- Complete PDF suite allows me to do everything I need with PDF files.
- Buying current version included next major upgrade (When Nitro PDF 11 went to Nitro PDF 12)
- Familiar MS Office-style UI.
- OCR doesn't work very well (honestly, does ANY optical character recognition work?)
- Conversion sometimes results in artifacts and corrupted sections, but on the whole is pretty good.
- Nitro PDF 11 wasn't very stable, but that seems to have been fixed with Nitro PDF 12
- PDF editing for construction - call outs, measurements, line editing, clouding, and many more
- PDF editing for Admin - moving pages within documents, highlighting and call outs
- Personally I have used it several times to convert documents
- Set a default print size
- Ability to create a size for opening a new document
- Low cost.
- E-signature capability.
- Edit PDFs.
- Could use a more user-friendly format.
- Not as well known as competitors.
- Doesn't offer something completely unique.
- Able to modify PDF files easily without having to stick a lot of money out.
- Customer service has been good when we needed them.
- Software was easy to use and I know this because I don't get many calls on it from a support standpoint.
- The version we have which is a little older had features in odd places such as adding pages to a PDF was kind of buried.
- Product seems to run a little slow in a Citrix environment. I believe it would run better on a dedicated PC.
- I'd like for them to try and mimic Adobe more as that seems to be laid out a little better for end user features.
- Formatting of PDFs is a strong point. Nitro contains all of the features that my organization needed and is very strong in comparison to Adobe, especially at what was a much lower cost for us.
- Nitro performs very well with electronic signatures, which allowed me to move my procurement work into the digital space.
- Securing of PDFs is another feature we used to help ensure that once the files left our control, the message could not be changed.
- OCR functionality was also very useful to turn an image PDF into editable text.
- For the on-premises version that we were using, the integration into Microsoft Office applications was not always reliable. Add-ins would lock up occasionally.
- The software wasn't updated as regularly as I would have liked. Perhaps it didn't need it, but we would usually only be notified of one or two patches per year. That could have been our issue, though.
It is useful for any other organization that creates, manages and edits PDF documents.
- Modern user interface
- Easy to use editing functionality
- Form-based template design is still a bit lacking over Adobe