Lauren Suggett is Product Marketing Manager at Nitro. She is a Southern California native and had never used a real PDF editor before working at Nitro. You can find her demanding free samples in the cheese section at your local grocery store.
RMS 2.0 support: Nitro enables users to work with PPDF files and apply Microsoft RMS encryption and other information rights management permissions to PDFs.
Notable security record: Nitro has only needed to release a single security patch in the past five years; a tiny fraction of the 71 Acrobat and Reader fixes that Adobe had to release in just one month.
Agility when it matters: Owning our own IP means that, should an incident ever arise, we’re well equipped to attack any necessary fixes with speed and agility.
Shorter learning curve
Perfectly familiar for Office 2016 users: Office 2016–style refresh introduces an improved Backstage view and new themes, colors, and layouts.
Works the way you do: New Add Tools feature lets you customize your Home tab with the tools you use most.
Intelligent help when you need it most: New Smart Tips suggest features contextually, based on the actions you take.
Improved speed and quality
Performance improvements for large files: Open large documents faster.
Improved, high-fidelity OCR: New pre- and post-processing techniques ensure more accurate document layout and design.
More customizable layout and printing options: Expanded print layout support with new Booklet printing and improved Multiple Pages.
Work from anywhere
Accomplish more, even on the go: Convert, compress, and combine PDF files from any web browser.
Fill and sign documents in a snap: Updated mobile signing experience is simpler than ever.
More cloud storage integrations, across all platforms: Native integrations with Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and Box.