|Monthly payment | Annual Subscription||Free | Monthly payment | Annual Subscription|
Web-based PDF application that enables users to perform basic PDF functions without having to download and install an actual PDF software in their system.
Slack is a messaging app that brings all your communication together in one place. It offers real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.
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|+41 78 912 82 35||+1-415-805-8989|
| Smallpdf GmbH|
Staffelstrasse 10, 8045 Zürich
| 680 Folsom St #145|
San Francisco, CA 94107
|List of Features|
List of Features
Check out Smallpdf basic and enterprise pricing options:
Smallpdf Pro – $6/month of $48/year
Slack offers three SMB and enterprise pricing packages for users to choose from. Give the details a look, and select your plan:
Free – No limits on time or users
Standard – $6.67 per user/month billed annually ($8 billed monthly)
Plus – $12.50 per user/month billed annually ($15 billed monthly)
Enterprise – By quote
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers||Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business | Freelancers|
Smallpdf integrates with the following business systems and applications:
Slack integrates messages from external systems used by teams (including services such as Twitter, Google Docs/Drive, Dropbox, Zendesk, GitHub, MailChimp and dozens more) to create one place where everything comes together with one search box across all these tools. A full list of integrations can be found on Slack’s website.
|Learn more about Smallpdf pricing||Learn more about Slack pricing|
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Almost as important as features and user support responsiveness are pricing options given by Slack and Smallpdf. Although price should not be the only aspect it’s surely an important thing to consider. You should count on a flexible pricing plan that can be matched with your business size and easily scaled up if your team grows. You should be certain you don’t select packages that have advanced functionalities that you won’t find a use for and always make an effort to contact with the vendor directly because big companies can usually benefit from more affordable prices. You should also give a chance to a free trial or demo of each app to spend at least some time on actual work with the system. It’s a valuable experience that doesn’t need you to pay any money and gives you a practical overview of what it’s like to work with Slack and Smallpdf.