Kofax Power PDF - Power to the users with little effort
August 02, 2021

Kofax Power PDF - Power to the users with little effort

Irving Ginzburg | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Review Source

Software Version

Power PDF Advanced

Overall Satisfaction with Kofax Power PDF (formerly Nuance)

Kofax Power PDF formerly Nuance is used for all our PDF creation and editing. We have been using it for many years, and is now more important than ever, as we are sending out invoices and other documents electronically, and also have the need to combine documents, re-arrange pages and do some other edits. Kofax Power PDF makes it sooooo easy.
  • Creates PDF documents from other software, and reads all PDF's.
  • Easily edit text and other objects in PDF documents.
  • Re-arranged pages and resizes and rotates pages to make great documentation booklets.
  • More graphics capabilities - simple picture editing.
  • Better viewer in Outlook email.
  • Great time saving for combining scanned documents.
  • Saves costs on paper as can create accounting documents and save electronically without having to print on paper, and then email to clients.
Very very easy to use. The intuitive interface helps make for a GREAT user experience.
I looked at Soda PDF and PDF2Go, but came back to Kofax Power PDF, which I had been using for years as Nuance Power PDF, and just did the upgrade.
Have only used the help system, as not had a need to reach out to tech support directly.

Do you think Kofax Power PDF delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Kofax Power PDF's feature set?

Yes

Did Kofax Power PDF live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Kofax Power PDF go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Kofax Power PDF again?

Yes

Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365), Adobe PhotoShop, Camtasia
Ability to combine files, edit text, rotate, and re-order pages.
Well suited for anyone who has a need to read, create, modify, or enhance PDF documents; seems like most people. Not sure where it would be less appropriate unless you do not use PDFs.