Create More Consistent and Functional Documents
through PDF Conversion
Whether your business predominantly deals with physical documents that need to be scanned, has a large archive of born-digital documents in various formats, or both, you can make information more easily accessible and store it more efficiently when converting to PDF. Using a conversion tool such as PDF Compressor Version 8 enables you to go from a chaotic data environment to a consistent collection of PDFs that take up minimal space, are searchable based on their internal text, and are widely compatible with reader software.
Make Image Documents More Useful
Image files aren't text-searchable, and often come with larger file sizes. Convert your documents to PDF and make them more valuable.
Batch Process to Save Time and Effort
There's no need to individually select files to convert. Use PDF Compressor Version 8 to turn large groups of scanned or born-digital documents into PDFs.
Use a Widely Recognized and Highly Compatible Format
PDF is used in all regions and industries, meaning you can make your information far more easily accessible by standardizing into this format. This helps you meet compliance requirements and avoid paying for multiple file viewers and editors.
100% Accurate Born-Digital Capture
Optical character recognition (OCR) processes turn flat image files into searchable PDFs. When digital text is already present, PDF Compressor Version 8 uses intelligent auto-detection to bypass OCR on those sections of the document, ensuring fast, 100% accurate born-digital capture
Standardize All Document Types
From scanned image files to HTML, Microsoft Excel and Word, email and more, standardize all your company's documents in a universal format: ISO-compliant PDF. This will ensure you can access documents later, in their originally intended formats and layouts. If long-term digital archiving is your main use case for PDF documents, consider the specialized PDF/A format.
Compress Files and Maximize Storage
PDF files can take up minimal space via post-conversion compression. Files become small and versatile, easy to store and search for. Black-and-white scanned images may be compressed at a 10:1 size ratio using JBIG2 Compression. Color documents are subject to larger compression rates, up to 100:1, with MRC Compression.