August 1, 2007 – DocsCorp announced today that Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. has selected pdfDocs as its enterprise PDF content solution.
"pdfDocs is revolutionizing the way we work with PDFs and with our clients,” said Avi Solomon, Information Technology Director at Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. “Between the ease of use and wonderful feature set, employees actually enjoy using the product. As an IT Director, there is great satisfaction knowing that a product we have implemented is making people's jobs easier, which, in turn, has a positive impact on the organization, both tangible and intangible. I receive complimentary emails on a regular basis by people who are finding new and more productive ways to perform their job functions with pdfDocs."
Designed to help organizations exchange business-critical documents in a format that is safe, secure and universal, pdfDocs Desktop integrates with MS Office applications, multi function devices (MFDs) and scanners to give law firms better access to information, enhanced business processes and systems, increased productivity and secure documents distributed outside the company firewall.
The unique Organizer workspace lets users assemble and temporarily store single pages, documents or multiple sets of documents while they work on them. You can combine, mark-up, add stationery, watermarks, digital signatures, redact text and images and split PDF documents for easy electronic filing. Documents are stored in the Organizer workspace until you are ready to save the final document to your network drive or directly into your document management system as a single, secure PDF document.
Matthew Stalder, VP Sales for DocsCorp North America, commenting on the deployment said he was very excited about adding Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. to the DocsCorp family of clients. pdfDocs fits perfectly with the firm’s need for an enterprise PDF content solution that leverages existing investments in document management infrastructure, fulfil user requirements in their day-to-day work, and deliver competitive cost of ownership.”