ActivePDF Adds New PDF Compressor Software to Lineup of Powerful Digital Transformation Solutions

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Compressor enterprise scales to reducing terabytes of PDF files on-site and in the cloud, without any coding required.

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"With Compressor Enterprise, anyone can quickly deploy server-based automated compression for PDF files stored on-site or in the cloud.” ~ Tim Sullivan, ActivePDF CEO and Chief Architect

ActivePDF, the leading provider of PDF automation technologies and digital transformation solutions, is proud to announce the release of Compressor Enterprise, a new PDF compression software solution that dramatically reduces the size of PDF files stored locally or in the cloud, with no additional coding necessary.

While other PDF compression providers only offer watch folders and some email connections, Compressor Enterprise is the first of its kind to offer connections to many popular cloud services, such as OneDrive, Amazon Web Services, Google Drive, Dropbox, SharePoint, and more.

Compressor Enterprise gives end users the power to create a compression process that reaches beyond a more commonly-used on-premise file system, allowing for a broader application of the product, more use cases, and an overall customized compression solution to fit the needs of any business striving for a more complete digital transformation environment.

"When it comes to working with large PDF files, we understand the many challenges IT Admins and other operational professionals experience,” says Tim Sullivan, ActivePDF Chief Architect and CEO. “Our own clients and partners came to us for a solution to deal with their bandwidth limitations and maxed-out document storage space.

“When we asked these organizations how much they were paying in local server and online cloud storage fees, the answers we got back were astonishingly high. It makes us appreciate how expensive digital transformation can be without the right partner in your corner to show you the way. With Compressor Enterprise, anyone can quickly deploy server-based automated compression for PDF files stored on-site or in the cloud.”

Compressor Enterprise answers the call of IT Administrators and Business Application Owners searching for an easy-to-install, cost-effective PDF compression tool to manage volumes of large-sized files or integrate within an automated document workflow.

Compressor Enterprise Key Features:

  • Compresses PDF documents stored locally or in the cloud.
  • Reduces PDF file size for sharing and storing large files.
  • Web-based user interface for remote access and control.
  • Customizable compression settings to meet specific business needs and requirements.
  • Easy to install and configure without additional coding necessary.
  • Connections with popular cloud services, such as SharePoint, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure Storage, Amazon S3 Storage, and more.
  • Supports multiple monitored input locations, including local watch folders, cloud services, and email servers.

To learn more and get started with a free trial, visit the Compressor Enterprise product page.

For more technical information on Compressor Enterprise, read through the Documentation and Release Notes pages. For fast answers to common questions, visit the Compressor Enterprise FAQ page.

About ActivePDF
Developers, Product Managers, CIOs, and CTOs partner with ActivePDF to embed digital transformation and powerful PDF tools into their enterprise applications that reliably scale for millions of users. Originally known for providing low-code .NET PDF APIs that create, convert, modify, and view files, ActivePDF has naturally evolved over the years to further provide OCR data capture and intelligent workflow automation solutions within existing business processes. While represented amongst 40% of Fortune 500 companies, the full suite of ActivePDF technologies are currently deployed in industries such as Banking, Financial Services, Government, Healthcare, Legal, Manufacturing, Utilities, and more. Explore everything PDF, visit

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