February 19, 2010 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Atlanta, Georgia - Qoppa Software, a leading provider of PDF solutions, today is pleased to announce the release of PDF Studio 6.2, the newest version of its advanced PDF editing software. PDF Studio 6.2 now offers full integration with Google Docs(TM).
"PDF Studio 6.2 combined with Google Docs(TM) is an ideal solution for small businesses in need of a low-cost, online document management system with complete PDF capabilities," said Gerald Holmann, president of Qoppa Software.
PDF Studio 6.2 fills a gap by adding PDF review and edit functionality to Google Docs(TM). The software can open, edit and save documents directly from and to Google Docs(TM). Additionally, it provides an integrated Google Docs(TM) file manager to upload, download and share files or whole folder structures.
"As a desktop application running outside of the browser, PDF Studio offers a richer and more effective GUI than traditional web interfaces with their inherent HTML limitations," said Gerald Holmann.
PDF Studio is entirely based on Qoppa Software proprietary PDF technology. The software is packed with features including the ability to edit PDF files, fill forms, review and comment, create digital signatures, assemble documents and is offered at one of the lowest price-points in the industry.
Pricing and Availability:
The software runs on Windows, Mac OSX and Linux and is available in two editions: PDF Studio Standard Edition at $60 (USD) and PDF Studio Pro Edition at $95.
Qoppa Software specializes in the development of high-end libraries and applications to work with PDF documents. Qoppa Software offers a suite of products that cover every aspect of PDF processes and integrate seamlessly into document workflows, including end-user, server and PDF library products. Qoppa's products are carefully designed and developed to provide the highest level of performance and reliability and are proven to be the industry leaders. Copyright (C) 2010 Qoppa Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.