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LULU Software Launches the New Version of Soda PDF Business Edition

MONTREAL, QC -- (Marketwired) -- 02/17/14 -- LULU Software, the maker of Soda® PDF, a portable document file (PDF) application, launched today the new version of the Soda PDF Business Edition. This version is enhanced with features specifically designed for business users such as an advanced Secure and Sign module, Redaction feature, Outlook Plugin, Watermarks, and PDF to PDF/A converter. Business Edition users also have the benefits of having multiple deployment options, premium support, and the Volume Licensing program. These special Business Edition-only features and benefits, coupled with a user-friendly interface and a competitive price, provides a streamlined and cost-effective PDF solution for our clients.

The Business Edition is comprised of all Soda PDF modules -- Create, Convert, Edit, Insert, Review, Forms, Secure and Sign, and the innovative Optical Character Recognition (OCR). It also includes the Business Module that completes the application and converts it into a superior Business Edition. This version features an enhanced Secure and Sign module, which allows users to apply various levels of security and permissions to their documents. In addition, this edition is packed with the practical Redaction feature, which allows users to protect sensitive information. Users can also take advantage of other useful additions such as the Outlook Plugin, which helps convert files to PDFs directly from their inbox, the Header and Footer Management tool, Watermarks that help affix company logos, images, and text in the background of a document, and the advanced PDF to PDF/A converter.

Soda PDF Business Edition users are provided with benefits available exclusively to them in addition to the features described above. Users can easily deploy Soda PDF via the Windows Terminal Server, which conveniently activates licenses within the organization to any number of users using a single activation key. Clients are also provided with Premium Business Support, from which they can expect a highly dedicated team of Soda PDF experts constantly ready to provide them with superior levels of assistance. Business users can largely benefit from the Volume Licensing program, allowing them to save money when purchasing five or more licenses. The Business Edition is also available for an exclusive free 30-day trial, available only for business clients.

With these advanced features and unique benefits, Soda PDF Business Edition provides a streamlined solution for business users to effectively produce and organize their documents digitally.

"In a highly competitive corporate world, where there is a great shift towards digitalization, we want to ensure that business users have an edge in systematizing their PDF documents," said Eric Gareau, CEO of LULU Software. "Our customers are at the center of our company. We want to make sure that we not only meet their specific needs, but that we also go beyond what they ask for. With the new version of the Soda PDF Business Edition, we are confident that we are keenly responding to the demands of business users."

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About LULU Software

LULU SOFTWARE™ is the publisher of Soda® PDF, a portable document format (PDF) application. Known as "the software company moms recommend to geeks™", LULU Software has users as its focus, producing software that are easy-to-use, light, and budget-friendly. Established in 2010, LULU Software has designed and developed an award-winning product line, including Soda PDF 6, the first fully modular application in the market, Soda PDF for Mac OS, Soda PDF for Windows 8, and Soda PDF Online Services. LULU SOFTWARE has offices in Montreal (Canada), Malta and Ukraine. For more information, please visit

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