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It's disappointing that most commentary here is about the format, the company behind it (which publishes excellent content about design in large organisations) and their product offerings.
I would argue that much of Invision's product offerings exist because of a lack of design engineering in organisations. Having more design engineers lessens the needs for their products.
Also, being a PDF it's in a format that can be sent to upper management for visibility and it is from a trusted source in design that upper management will have heard of (i.e. they are already forking out large sums of money to Invision).