Cloud-based data management developer, Kenesto, has released a powerful PDF splitter and linking tool

Boston-based document management specialist, Kenesto, has announced the beta release of Kenesto PDF, its second-generation tool for fully automated splitting, linking, sharing, and markup of PDF documents used for construction.

The beta PDF capability is delivered through a cloud-based application, which splits and links multi-sheet pdf documents, including callouts, in minutes with no human intervention or instruction required.  The company claims a 50-sheet document can be automatically processed in less than 10 minutes; a 500-sheet document takes approximately 30 minutes to split and link.  Kenesto PDF includes View, Share, and Markup tools to allow stakeholders to review, annotate and automatically version pdf documents in a web environment. Beta licenses for Kenesto PDF are available now.

Kenesto’s new public beta includes powerful AI for linking and splitting PDFs, a core format in AEC workflows

Kenesto is headed up by industry veteran Mike Payne, on the release he commented, “We’re delivering a fully-automated PDF splitting and linking solution to streamline owner, architect, general contractor, and subcontractor communication on the jobsite and in the office. Kenesto’s unique single source of truth architecture allows all stakeholders access to the most up-to-date information, unlike consumer storage cloud products.  Each week, our tools get smarter and we seek difficult cases to approach 100% automation”

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