Accusoft Joins with Tech Data Partner to Offer SharePoint Viewer

By CIOReview | Monday, September 8, 2014
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TAMPA, FL: Accusoft, provider of document, content and imaging solutions, has announced an agreement with Tech Data Corporation, wholesale distributors of technology products, to make Document Viewer for SharePoint available to Tech Data's channel solution providers in the U.S. through the TDCloud business unit in the company's award-winning Solutions Store.

"We're excited to be able to deliver our SharePoint viewer through Tech Data's unparalleled reseller network," says Jack Berlin, president at Accusoft. "Tech Data's channels will form an essential bridge between Accusoft, the reseller community and end users seeking to make their SharePoint documents safer and their workplaces more productive."

Accusoft's Document Viewer for SharePoint brings a best-in-class document viewing experience to SharePoint 2013. With no software required on end-user devices other than an HTML5 browser, the viewer can display hundreds of different file types straight from SharePoint lists, including PDFs, Microsoft Office files, CAD drawings, and many other formats.

The viewer features browser-based collaboration tools, including annotation and redaction, and digital rights management (DRM) controls that enable a SharePoint administrator to enable or disable printing, saving and text copying for users and groups defined in SharePoint. Tightly integrated with SharePoint 2013, the viewer is designed to be installed and configured by an administrator, and provides most functions through familiar, easy-to-use SharePoint ribbons and dialog boxes.

"This new partnership will provider our resellers with an effective SharePoint document viewing solution an essential addition to our Solutions Store," says Stacy Nethercoat, vice president, Product Marketing, Software and Cloud Services at Tech Data. "Accusoft's solutions offer ease of use and the protection of sensitive information in SharePoint that solution providers and their end-user customers require."