Overall Satisfaction with Kofax Power PDF (formerly Nuance)
It is our primary PDF software. Used to create, view, and mark-up PDFS. The ability to manipulate the documents from any computer gives us a lot of flexibility. It is a very intuitive and easy to use software.
- Document Assembly is very easy to re-organize a packaged document.
- Stamps/Signatures are readily available.
- Creating/combining PDFs is expedient.
- Mark-ups aren't as intuitive as could be (comparing to Bluebeam).
- Can get bogged down while opening larger PDFs.
- Creating secure signatures is not as easy as could be.
Very easy to use and intuitive. Nothing took more than a few minutes to figure out. Not difficult to get comfortable with.
Nuance outclasses Foxit and Adobe Reader in most categories. It is significantly less expensive than Adobe, easier to use than both of them, and quicker than both as well. Bluebeam is the closest competitor in my opinion. The cost difference makes the difference between the two makes Nuance an easy option.
I have not had to use the customer service/support, which is a testament to the product itself, but I can't rate what I haven't used.
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Top-3 list - The document assembly panel has been a God-send. The conversion features help me out a lot. The ability to manipulate existing text and objects on the PDFs is huge.