Create a PDF—A Modern Digital Archive
Solution for Scanning Bureaus
If your company provides document archiving or scanning services, we'd like you to try a free evaluation copy of CVISION's PdfCompressor. PdfCompressor’s compression services allow you to create a PDF, index a PDF and then search a PDF—three vital advantages for your archive file needs. Click on PDF to request your evaluation copy.
A Better Digital Archive
With PdfCompressor, scanning bureaus can deliver any digital archive file as a compressed, fully-text searchable PDF document. Superior PDF compression means what used to take 100 CDs now takes only one CD, with no loss in image quality.
You can save time and money when you use PdfCompressor for document archiving. Here’s how:
- Scan to PDF, then compress to PDF without losing image quality—You can compress color PDFs up to 100x smaller, or bi-tonal PDFs up to 10x smaller.
- Index a PDF when you convert TIFF to PDF—If you're scanning to TIFF, PdfCompressor converts TIFF files to PDF. When you index the PDF, your files will be viewable by anyone with Adobe Reader.
- Search a PDF when you create a digital archive—PdfCompressor's OCR component makes text-searchable PDFs that are far superior to TIFFs.
- Designate "watched folders" to automatically apply PDF compression to incoming files.
Compress Images to Reduce Internet Transmission Time
With CVISION's PDF compression services software, scanned documents are compressed to a fraction of their original size. This allows for rapid Internet transmission and very efficient document archiving. Plus, CVISION's technology enables you to convert TIFF, PDF, JPEG and many other file formats to compressed PDF. If you offer web-hosting as a service to clients, PdfCompressor reduces your web-hosting costs.
What's more, PdfCompressor enables you to transmit millions of compressed PDF scanned documents for offshore coding at a fraction of the time and telecommunications cost of sending uncompressed files.
You can also use PDF compression technology as a sales tool when competing for large-scale government and corporate digital archive projects