Nitro launches Pro 10

Nitro launches Pro 10, accelerating the way businesses create, prepare and sign documents

Nitro, has launched Nitro Pro 10, the latest version of its desktop offering. The development of Nitro Pro 10 continues Nitro’s innovation streak following its major funding round in November 2014. 

Nitro Pro is a document productivity solution that accelerates the way businesses create, prepare and sign documents; anytime, anywhere. Advancements to the product make it quicker and easier to use than ever before, enabling UK businesses to improve internal efficiency and optimise their teams’ productivity.


 Sam Chandler, founder and CEO of Nitro, commented:

“Nitro continues to transform the way the world interacts with documents. This solution transcends competitive point solutions in PDFs and e-signatures, establishing Nitro as a firm leader in document productivity, and the only viable competitor to Adobe Document Cloud.”


 With a rich history in providing digital document solutions, Nitro currently helps more than 500,000 businesses around the world to improve their document productivity. Nitro continually searches for ways to help companies remove costly bottlenecks and inefficiencies, and recently partnered with the PDF Association to survey more than 1,200 knowledge workers to gain insight into the document usage habits of the modern workforce. The survey found that the top document challenges are editing (55 percent of respondents), reviewing and signing (31 percent each), which are negatively impacting productivity.

Nitro Pro 10 offers key cloud-based integrations to overcome productivity challenges, including the capability to request and receive unlimited e-signatures on desktop; online storage integrations with Google Drive, OneDrive and Dropbox; and online collaboration tools to share documents and provide feedback with online mark-up and commenting tools.


“Modern businesses are still constrained by a vital business tool they use every day for multiple hours at a time – documents,” said Sam Thorpe, director of product at Nitro.

“In developing Nitro Pro 10, we worked closely with businesses across the spectrum, from startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, in order to deliver a completely new solution specifically designed to provide greater visibility and control over documents.” 


About Nitro

Nitro is changing the way the world works with documents. From the desktop to the cloud, Nitro makes it easy to create, edit, share, sign and collaborate – online or offline. The goal: make businesses more productive.

More than 500,000 businesses run Nitro, including over 50% of the Fortune 500. Nitro is the PDF software partner of choice for Lenovo, and our award-winning products, including Nitro Pro and Nitro Cloud, are used by millions of people around the world every month.

Nitro EMEA is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland; Nitro also has offices in San Francisco, USA, Melbourne, Australia, St. Petersburg, Russia and Nitra, Slovakia. One of the fastest-growing private companies in the world, Nitro is also a multiple Inc. 500/5000, BRW Fast 100, Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Software 500 award winner.

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