Datalogics, the preferred provider of industry-leading PDF technologies, is proud to be offering annual subscription-based PDF tools for immediate download on their website.
Designed to provide users with instant software access, transparent pricing, and easy-to-use products, Datalogics online store offers tools created to streamline your PDF workflow. With subscription-based scriptable server tools now available, many of which are built on trusted Adobe software, users can easily select products based on their precise needs. Designed to increase efficiency throughout your workday, Datalogics PDF tools automate your print processes, extract data from PDFs, and optimize files for long term preservation while eliminating PDF-related issues before they enter your workflow.
Along with online purchasing, the company has also introduced a new community forum where customers and Datalogics staff can interact together for community support and idea sharing. Here, customers can ask questions, submit responses, and find answers to frequently asked questions about Datalogics products.
“The tools offered in our online shop are no longer sold with an upfront license fee, and are now provided as annual subscription offerings so that customers can deploy solutions with lower capital expenditures, and match budget expenses more closely to the accounting periods they pertain to,” says Kevin McNeill, Datalogics CEO. “As consumer preferences have shifted towards SaaS and subscription offerings, Datalogics will continue to move more of our products over to service-based models.”
All Datalogics PDF tools available for direct purchase on Datalogics website offer annual subscription licensing and include free evaluations. Products currently available in the store include PDF Alchemist, PDF Optimizer, PDF2IMG, PDF2PRINT, FLIP2PDF, and PDF Checker. For more information, or to start using these tools today, visit https://store.datalogics.com/.
As the Marketing Coordinator for Datalogics, Emma Kaschke is responsible for internal and external communication for the company through email, press, web, advertising, and social media. Specializing in branding, design, and content creation, Emma is passionate about developing Datalogics presence both on and offline, increasing brand recognition, and growing awareness.