Foxit PDF Compressor 7.7.4.43

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    Foxit PDF Compressor 7.7.4.43

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    Large-scale OCR, compression, and PDF conversion of a wide range of file formats.

    -Converts scanned and digital documents into PDF and PDF/A for a single unifying file format
    -Award-winning MRC (mixed raster content) document compression makes your archives compact and drastically reduces storage costs and bandwidth requirements while delivering outstanding image quality
    -Integrated OCR technology allows full text searching for all scanned documents converted to PDF and PDF/A files
    -Extracted OCR data can be handed over to existing systems for further processing to assist with any number of business processes

    Features:

    One format for all your documents
    The PDF Compressor Enterprise turns all your data – whether scanned or born-digital – into a single unifying file format. Standardizing document structure drastically reduces the time and effort required for further processing.

    Lasting operational stability
    The PDF Compressor Enterprise meets every requirement for professional use. Many years of development and testing mean it remains stable and in use worldwide.

    Text recognition included
    All PDF and PDF/A files are fully text searchable, thanks to integrated ABBYY OCR technology.
    A data format that brings independence

    Mass-processing and scalability
    The PDF Compressor Enterprise is flexible enough to meet almost any document management need for scan service providers and corporate DMS/ECM departments. For years, the PDF Compressor has been successfully processing everything from occasional jobs to huge numbers of documents.

    Outstanding document compression
    The award-winning mixed raster content (MRC) layer-based compression technology compresses high-resolution black-and-white, grayscale and color scanned documents, with compression ratios of 1:100 or better. Outstanding image quality and text legibility are preserved, while storage costs and bandwidth requirements are drastically reduced.

    Integrated OCR solution
    Integrated ABBYY OCR technology allows full text searching for all PDF and PDF/A files, as well as outputting files in additional formats including XML, MS Word or plain text.

    Standardization
    The PDF Compressor Enterprise produces standardized file formats including PDF and PDF/A. This makes the software fully interoperable with other products and the files completely independent of any single developer. ISO-compliant PDF/A documents will remain openable, readable and available far into the future.

    Born Digital add-on module for digital documents
    With the Born Digital module, digitally-generated documents from MS Office, Outlook (emails) and digitally-generated PDF(/A) files can be batch-processed just as easily as scanned paper documents. Available on the Windows platform only.

    Technological partnerships
    The PDF Compressor integrates the world's best technology to complete its document and data solutions. We use ABBYY OCR technology, for example, to allow full text searching for our highly-compressed PDF and PDF/A files.

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