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Innovix Singapore signs Nuance; wins with Dell EMC

06 Feb 2017

Innovix Distribution Singapore has signed a deal to distribute Nuance in Singapore, in a move the distributor says offers its resellers with ‘highly intuitive PDF solutions’.

Innovix will carry the full range of Nuance products, including its flagship Power PDF offering which allows users to create, convert and assemble PDF files with features for searching, editing and sharing on the cloud.

Other products in the line-up which will be available via Innovix include Nuance PaperPort and PaperPort Professional and Nuance OmniPage and OmniPage Ultimate.

Innovix Distribution, which is a member of the Fortune 500 listed Jardine Matheson Group, is headquartered in Singapore, with operations across Hong Kong, Macau and Malaysia.

The distributor has had a successful few weeks, announcing late last month that it had been named Dell EMC Distributor of the Year for the fourth consecutive year.

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