As part of its ongoing mission to optimise the flow of information and data through organisations, Toshiba Tec UK is announcing a strategic partnership with Foxit Software with the launch of their PhantomPDF, PDF Editor.
Foxit’s PhantomPDF provides users with an intuitive, fully-featured platform to view, create, edit, collaborate, share, secure, organise, export, and sign PDFs. Rolling out PhantomPDF enables organisations to integrate PDF documents and forms into their daily workflows. Its enterprise functionality, easy integration, and affordability make PhantomPDF a fantastic and affordable alternative to existing PDF applications.
Deyon Antoine, Product Manager at Toshiba said, “We recognise that more and more organisations are turning to PDFs as their default format for transferring data between and within organisations. However, to reap all of the benefits of this, tools and software that go beyond the traditional office packages are required. PhantomPDF allows Toshiba to design flexible, robust and scalable processes, which our customers need to drive their workflows efficiently. We’re excited to integrate Foxit’s excellent software into Toshiba’s suite of Managed Print, IT and Process Optimisation Services.”
Paul Jackson, Director of EMEA Channels added, "it is my pleasure to be able to announce the strategic partnership between Toshiba Tec UK Imaging Systems and Foxit Software. Toshiba is a pioneer in the Digital Transformation journey of many of the largest companies in the UK. Foxit Software's PDF and Enterprise Automation Solutions are the ideal fit to enable Toshiba's customers to do more with documents with significant cost savings. With more businesses needing employees to work remote, the luxury of walking into your manager's office to get a signature on a document or redact business-sensitive information cannot happen. Foxit PhantomPDF has the functionality to make dramatic improvements to your employees' workflow and productivity and user experience. We look forward to working with Toshiba's many dealers and building the relationship for the future."