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ABBYY annonce la disponibilité mondiale d’ABBYY PDF Transformer+

La nouvelle solution de conversion, de création et de modification de PDF propose des fonctions intuitives qui simplifient les tâches à effectuer sur les contenus des PDF

Munich , Allemagne (12 mai 2014) - ABBYY, un fournisseur leader de solutions de reconnaissance de documents, de capture de données et de technologies et de services linguistiques, annonce aujourd'hui la disponibilité mondiale d'ABBYY PDF Transformer+, la nouvelle génération de son logiciel pour simplifier le travail des professionnels sur le contenu des documents au format PDF. Celui-ci propose une gamme complète de fonctionnalités intuitives pour regarder, éditer et commenter les PDF pour optimiser la collaboration sur ce type de documents. De cette façon, les professionnels peuvent commencer à travailler avec le contenu des PDF sans grand effort.

« ABBYY PDF Transformer+ peut transformer réellement le travail quotidien avec des documents PDF », commente Ivan Bodyagin, directeur du département FineReader Desktop Products d'ABBYY. « Les professionnels peuvent naviguer simplement et sûrement dans le contenu des PDF et ont un contrôle réel sur les documents PDF ».

Les fonctionnalités clés incluent :

Une gamme complète de fonctions pour modifier le contenu d'un document PDF
ABBYY PDF Transformer+ dispose d'outils intuitifs qui facilitent la modification de documents PDF. Les utilisateurs peuvent désormais : corriger les coquilles ; ajouter ou supprimer des fragments de texte ; insérer, supprimer ou modifier des images ; extraire des textes, tableaux et images sélectionnés et les copier dans le presse-papiers ou réorganiser des pages de fichiers PDF, et bien plus encore.

Discussion interactive dans les documents PDF
Les membres d'une équipe qui révise ou approuve un document peuvent aisément ajouter des commentaires et des notes dans le fichier PDF. ABBYY PDF Transformer+ suit le fil des commentaires rédigés par l'auteur, en permettant de suivre sans effort la discussion, d'évaluer les suggestions soumises, de donner un avis et d'échanger des idées.

Travail avec tous les types de fichiers PDF, même les documents numérisés
L'association de la reconnaissance optique de caractères (OCR) d'ABBYY et de la technologie Adobe® PDF Library permet aux utilisateurs de travailler avec n'importe quel type de fichier PDF, y compris les informations « encapsulées » dans les PDF image seulement ou numérisés.

Fonctions améliorées de numérisation, de création et protection de PDF
ABBYY PDF Transformer+ propose des paramètres de numérisation complémentaires pour améliorer la qualité des images, réduire la taille des documents numérisés et les convertir automatiquement en fichiers PDF interrogeables. Il peut aussi créer plusieurs fichiers PDF simultanément et offre une gamme complète de fonctions pour protéger les documents PDF contre les accès et modifications non autorisés, avec mots de passe et signatures numériques.

Conversion précise de fichiers PDF dans les formats courants
ABBYY PDF Transformer+ permet de convertir des fichiers PDF dans les formats électroniques courants lisibles sur les postes de travail et les appareils mobiles tel que Microsoft® Word, Excel®, TXT, HTML, Apache OpenOfficeTM Writer (ODT), les formats de livres électroniques etc., tout en conservant avec une grande précision la mise en page et le format d'origine.

Disponibilité
ABBYY PDF Transformer+ (précédemment disponible en version « Preview » limitée dans le temps) est disponible immédiatement dans diverses boutiques en ligne et partout auprès de revendeurs sélectionnés. Pour des informations détaillées sur le produit ou pour télécharger une version d'essai gratuite, consultez la page http://france.abbyy.com/pdf-transformer/.

Après la période d'essai, vous pourrez continuer à utiliser le PDF Transformer+ pour regarder, commenter et effectuer une recherche dans les documents, y compris sur des PDF scannés.

A propos d'ABBYY Europe
ABBYY Europe GmbH fait partie du groupe ABBYY et est en charge de la commercialisation et des activités de marketing en Europe Occidentale. ABBYY est un fournisseur leader dans la reconnaissance de documents, capture de données ainsi que dans les technologies et services linguistiques. Ses produits comprennent la gamme ABBYY FineReader d'applications de reconnaissance optique de caractères (OCR), la gamme ABBYY FlexiCapture de solutions de capture de données, le logiciel dictionnaire ABBYY Lingvo et des outils de développement. ABBYY propose des services professionnels pour aider les clients à implémenter leurs solutions commerciales basées sur des produits d'ABBYY. Les organisations du monde entier qui utilisent beaucoup de documents papier se servent de solutions d'ABBYY afin d'automatiser des tâches longues et fastidieuses ainsi que pour rationaliser les processus. Les produits ABBYY sont utilisés dans le cadre de projets gouvernementaux de grande envergure comme ceux de l'administration fiscale australienne, l'inspection fiscale lituanienne, le ministère de l'éducation d'Ukraine et le gouvernement du comté de Montgomery aux Etats-Unis. Parmi les sociétés qui ont fait l'acquisition des technologies d'ABBYY, nous comptons BancTec, Canon, EMC/Captiva, Hewlett-Packard, KnowledgeLake, Microsoft, NewSoft, Notable Solutions, Samsung Electronics et bien d'autres encore. Les applications OCR d'ABBYY sont livrées avec les matériels des meilleurs fabricants au monde comme Epson, Fujitsu, Fuji Xerox, Microtek, Panasonic, Plustek, Toshiba et Xerox. Le siège social d'ABBYY est situé à Moscou, Russie, et dispose d'agences en Allemagne, au Royaume-Uni, aux Etats-Unis, au Canada, en Ukraine, à Chypre, en Australie, au Japon et à Taiwan. Pour tout renseignement complémentaire, veuillez consulter www.abbyy.com

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