|Monthly payment||One-time payment | Quote-based|
Templafy is the winner of our Expert's Choice Award. It is a document management software that keeps your documents aligned with your branding.
PDFelement is a professional, reliable, and powerful PDF editing and conversion application with cost-effective pricing and an intuitive interface.
|Types of Customers|
Types of Customers
|Small Business | Large Enterprises | Medium Business||Small Business | Medium Business | Freelancers|
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Brooklyn, NY 11249
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|Learn more about Templafy pricing||Learn more about PDFelement pricing|
Templafy’s pricing is based on the number of users, features, and add-ins you need to ensure you only pay for what you actually use. Contacting the vendor to request pricing is required in order to help them understand your productivity requirements and specific compliance. A free trial is also available so you can test out Templafy’s features with no commitments.
PDFelement offers plans based on your desktop’s operating system and the number of PCs where the system will be implemented. Users may first try out PDFelement’s trials for the personal and professional edition. While there’s no expiry date for the trial, there are certain limitations to premium functionalities.
The products are offered with 30-day money back guarantee, free customer support, and continuous product development. Here are the pricing plans to choose from:
Templafy supports the following document and cloud storage apps:
Office and Digital Asset Management
Customer Relationship Management
No integrations available.
|Maersk, Coloplast, BDO, SDC||Philips, Stanford, IBM|
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You should keep in mind that while both Templafy and PDFelement may provide a reliable set of features each solution may be created for a different company size. If you are comparing features you may want to pay attention to a business size they are meant for. Specific elements may scale up efficiently for large enterprises but if you have a small or medium company it’s usually better to stay away from paying for advanced functionalities that you may never actually use.