Aquaforest & PSPDFKit: Annotate and Edit PDFs in SharePoint

We recently announced that Aquaforest is now part of PSPDFKit. We are very excited about this news! Coming together with PSPDFKit will help us provide our customers with new and innovative products for efficiently working with documents.

For those who don’t know, PSPDFKit is the leading document processing and manipulation foundation for developers and enterprise businesses. They received a €100 million strategic investment from New York-based global venture capital and private equity firm Insight Partners in September 2021. In January 2022 they acquired Muhimbi, a popular PDF conversion, manipulation, and automation solution for SharePoint.

To learn how PSPDFKit’s recent acquisition of Aquaforest will enable PDF annotating and editing within SharePoint, join us for a webinar on Thursday, June 9th at 2pm UTC / 10am ET. We’ll start with a few words from PSPDFKit CEO Jonathan Rhyne and Aquaforest founder Neil Pitman about the acquisition.

Next, we’ll see a live demo of the SharePoint PDF viewer and editor followed by a question and answer period.

In the demo, you’ll see how you can:

  • View and annotate PDFs in SharePoint Online and on-premises
  • Search, rearrange and add Pages to PDFs
  • Redact and sign PDFs


Register for the webinar on Thursday, June 9th at 2pm UTC / 10am ET


You can also visit PSPDFKit’s website to try the interactive web demo today.

See you there,

– The Aquaforest and PSPDFKit Team

P.S. If you can’t join us live, you can register to receive the recording.

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