Faster Delivery = Happy Users
Automated Process = Fewer Errors
Standards = Cost Reduction
Order Visibility = Confidence
Linking Systems = Efficiency
As a Senior Solutions Engineer, I work with prospects during the sales cycle to ensure they achieve a thorough evaluation of Nitro and establish a clear understanding of whether we fit into their organization from a technical, product, business, and partnership perspective.
During a pilot, we evaluate common PDF workflows and use cases throughout the business and address different ways Nitro can be leveraged to make these processes more efficient, repeatable, productive, and cost-effective.
Printing to PDF from a variety of line-of-business applications, while applying different departmental requirements, is a key proof point for many customers. These capabilities not only make PDFs more intelligent, they also differentiate Nitro from the Windows 10 Print to PDF printer.
Recently, I worked with an organization that was a pure Windows 10 Enterprise environment that included VDI with desktop pooling. The IT staff explained they only wanted one PDF printer and was considering standardizing on the Windows 10 Print to PDF Printer. For a number of reasons, including some of those listed below, they decided Nitro was the better way to go.
Here are five ways printing to PDF with Nitro outshines the Windows 10 Print to PDF printer:
While it’s great that Windows 10 is trying to make it easier for users to print to PDF, that’s not their forte. Nitro Pro’s powerful PDF features enable you to do more with your documents, regardless of which format they start in.
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This article was originally published here.