Sure, you can edit that PDF—for $299, if you pay Adobe for Acrobat's Standard edition. I don't think so. And the Pro edition costs $449. Arguably the second-biggest name in PDF editing, Nitro is a venerable and mature editor with plenty to recommend. However, at $140, it's on the pricey side considering the many sub-$100 products in this field.
Nitro CEO Sam Chandler: ‘We'll give Adobe a run for their money’
Appeared in Computing on February 10, 2014
Document sharing solution provider Nitro wants to give Adobe, the biggest player in PDF software, some stiff competition. So says Sam Chandler, CEO of the San Francisco headquartered firm that he started in Australia back in 2005 and which now has more than 400,000 business customers and eight million monthly users.
Nitro weans Acrobat users off Adobe, into the cloud
Appeared in Diginomica on February 10, 2014
The key to Nitro's rapid growth is a determination to give businesses a tool to use PDF documents as a platform for enterprise-wide teamwork, Chandler told me: “Our view was the majority of people around the world were just viewing documents rather than collaborating with them.”
Technology firm Nitro, which set up in Ireland last year, expects to at least double the number of jobs it initially hoped to create at its Dublin office. The company, which offers document productivity products to rival Adobe and DocuSign, said it planned to create more than 100 jobs at its European, Middle East and Africa headquarters in Ireland, with the potential to expand that up to 150 positions.
Nitro Pro 9 and Nitro Cloud advance PDF editing once again
Appeared in CNET on November 27, 2013
Nitro has been leading the "Acrobat alternative" crowd for a long time now, with regular feature upgrades and offerings that keep setting it apart. With many great features available through its free product options, it's perfect for casual PDF makers while delivering the more advanced goods that make power users happy to pay to upgrade.