Synnex adds document productivity vendor Nitro

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Synnex adds document productivity vendor Nitro

Document productivity software developer Nitro has appointed Synnex Australia as its distributor for Asia-Pacific.

The Australian-born, US-based vendor is known for its PDF productivity software developed as an alternative to Adobe’s Acrobat.

Its Nitro Productivity Suite extends the software to enterprise organisations, combining PDF capabilities with eSigning and company-wide data analytics in one subscription package.

“While more than 70 percent of documents in an organisation are PDFs, only 15 percent of knowledge workers currently have access to an eSigning or PDF productivity solution,” Nitro chief executive Sam Chandler said.

“Nitro seeks to eliminate these inefficiencies by providing a cost-effective means of equipping every knowledge worker with strategic PDF productivity and eSigning tools.”

Nitro said the channel market and partner sales helped it transition from a Melbourne-based startup to an enterprise vendor. It added that its customers included “over half” of the Fortune 500, including the likes of T-Mobile, Toyota Financial Services and Jones Lang LaSalle.

“Synnex is continuing to drive digital innovation and transformation, bringing value to the Synnex reseller network. Nitro has proven itself a formidable competitor in the PDF productivity space and will be a valuable addition to our product portfolio,” Synnex Australia general manager of e-commerce and cloud Michael Tea said.

“At Synnex Australia, we’ve made it our commitment to become a world-class leader in IT. By adding the Nitro Productivity Suite to our portfolio, we are continuing to broaden our solution set and enable our reseller network to continue to innovate in the market”, Synnex Australia chief executive Kee Ong said.

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