Things to Consider when Assessing PDF Conversion Software – Features

By Scott Mackey | February 20, 2010

Not all PDF conversion solutions are created equal. The needs of a busy document management environment can be complex, varying from one department to another, one file type to another, or the requirements of a specific document type such as invoices or CAD designs. The ideal solution can handle it all.

Important options include optical character recognition to convert non-searchable PDFs or scanned paper documents into searchable PDFs. The system should be easily integrated into workflows and archiving structures of enterprise document management (EDM) solutions, as well as popular platforms such as SharePoint. Efficiency features such metadata enrichment for management of multiple formatting standards and easy job ticket creation to further leverage the rendering engine should be standard.

The depth and flexibility of Adlib’s flagship solution, Adlib Express, reflects the years of meeting individual customer requests for new features, which are then extended to the entire customer base in regular upgrades.

Considering the features offered with a solution could be one of the most important steps to take when choosing PDF conversion software.

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