DocuXplorer, one of the world’s leading providers of document management software to small and medium sized businesses, today announced that it has completed a comprehensive testing of Adobe’s newly-introduced DC Reader and, which has resulted in an error-free integration.

“Since its inception in 1995, DocuXplorer has focused on a strong partnership with Adobe, as an overwhelming majority of our clients use this format to store filed in DocuXplorer,” stated Mr. Wyman, spokesperson for DocuXplorer. “We are thrilled to have completed a successful test of Adobe’s DC Reader and can confirm its added functionally carries over into our document management solution.

More powerful than other PDF software, Adobe Acrobat Reader DC is the free, trusted standard for viewing, printing, and annotating PDFs. Thousands of users rely on DocuXplorer to manage, organize and archive their Adobe PDF files.

DocuXplorer also offers integration with QuickBooks, Microsoft Office, and a host of other third-party software through its cutting edge application programming interface.

Since 1995, DocuXplorer has provided thousands of its users with an end-to-end document management and archiving solution, including award-winning document management software, Consulting Services, Taxonomy Training, a hosted solution and secure online backup of its client data. It was named one of the top solution providers by OCR World magazine for its advanced optical character recognition and one of the Top 20 providers of document management software by Capterra. For more information about DocuXplorer, please visit www.docuxplorer.com.

Adobe is the global leader in digital marketing and digital media solutions. Their tools and services allow their customers to create groundbreaking digital content, deploy it across media and devices, measure and optimize it over time and achieve greater business success. They help their customers make, manage, measure and monetize their content across every channel and screen. For more information about Adobe, please visit www.adobe.com.

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