Being in the business of document productivity, we at Nitro do our best to understand the various document workflows used by our clients. We sell Nitro Pro and Nitro Cloud as tools for streamlining the paperwork processes that often eat up valuable time and effort during the workday. The way we see it, the less time someone spends tracking down a signature or mis-filed document, the more time they have to dedicate to other critical parts of their job. Here are 3 of Nitro’s basic best practices for improving document workflows in any business.
I remember an elementary school assignment that required me to talk to my parents about household safety. We developed a checklist that included things like knowing where the fire extinguisher was, compiling an earthquake survival kit with canned food and flashlights, and mapping escape routes and meeting points in case a quick evacuation was necessary.
Looking back, I see this assignment as a lesson in preparation, awareness, and proactivity that can be applied to many aspects of modern business.
Here at Nitro, we regularly speak about “digital document strategies”. The phrase can take on many meanings depending on the audience, but for us it’s all about the methods through which a person, team, or company is managing, accessing, and sharing their documents.
The latest version of Nitro Pro 8 was pushed live to users. Read more about the updates and improvements made in the application.
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Learn about the capabilities of PDF files—like universal accessibility, document security and standardization—to use them as effectively as possible.
In Nitro Pro 9 you can select and permanently “erase” any information you want removed from a PDF file.
Nitro took the prize for the Most Creative Marketing Campaign with our PDF Bootcamp email series.
When engineers, designers, and architects conceive and construct our buildings, parks, and roads, precision can never be overvalued. Depending on scale in their drawings and mockups, a fraction of a centimeter on paper can easily translate into meters in construction. And with deadlines, budgets, and safety as key priorities, incorrect measurements can often lead to catastrophe.