Solid Documents Releases Version 10
Nelson, New Zealand —March 13, 2019—Solid Documents, a leading developer of document reconstruction and archiving software, today announced the release of version 10.0 of Solid Converter PDF and Solid PDF Tools.
"We have been fine-tuning and improving our best in class document reconstruction technology for almost 20 years. Our software engineers continue to work with our technology partners to make important improvements to our reconstruction and PDF conversion engine. All these improvements are now included in our v10 update to Solid Converter and Solid PDF Tools." said Michael Cartwright, CEO of Solid Documents.
High quality optical character recognition (OCR) now supports 16 languages (English, Catalan, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Romanian, Turkish and Russian) for reconstructing scanned pages as editable documents. Solid PDF Tools also supports Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Greek OCR with the inclusion of Tesseract engine. Modern computers can take advantage of multi-processor parallel performance improvements with OCR (scanned PDF to Word, scanned PDF to PDF/A).
Other improvements include:
Pricing, Requirements and Availability
Pricing for Solid Converter v10 starts at $95 for a multiple seat license and $99.95 for individual users. Systems requirements include: Operating systems supported are Windows 10, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7, and Microsoft Office (2010, 2013, 2016) to create PDF files from .docx, .xlsx, or .pptx. Solid Converter® PDF is currently available in 14 languages including English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German and Spanish. To immediately download Solid Converter v10, please visit their website at:
All Solid Documents' software is built with their Solid Framework SDK. For details please visit:
About Solid Documents:
Solid Documents is a leading developer of document reconstruction and archiving software. Hundreds of thousands of users (personal and business) around the globe have used its solutions to share, reconstruct and archive many types of documents including: legal documents, manuals, financial records, and more. Adobe Systems licenses Solid Documents reconstruction technology to provide the Office Export functionality in Acrobat, their flagship PDF product. Most often the converted document is easier to work with and in many cases better than the original. Solid Documents is customer focused and offers unlimited complimentary e-mail support to all registered customers. The company is privately held and headquartered in Nelson, New Zealand and can be found at www.soliddocuments.com.