We hear about innovative ways our customers use Acrobat to boost productivity all the time. Starting today, we’ll be giving you a monthly peek at how various companies use Acrobat. We hope the stories provide ideas that you can incorporate into your own work.
The legal industry uses a lot of paper and typically relies on files. Delaware-based Law firm Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP, decided to trade reams of paper for Acrobat-based electronic processes The program has helped them archive legal documents in PDF and streamline and organize processes from court filings to collaboration on cases.
Acrobat has helped the firm increase administrative productivity by about 20 percent. It also helps ensure that legal mandates for electronic filings are met when submitting documents to courts and safeguards documents containing sensitive and confidential client information. Additionally, Acrobat’s PDF Portfolios have helped strengthen cases by providing a polished, rich and engaging way to package content.
Check this video out to learn more about the firm and how it’s using Acrobat.
Margaret DiBianca, an associate at the law firm, has become such a champion of using electronic processes that she started a blog about how law firms and other organization, can “go paperless.” She’s got some great tips – take a look for yourself.
Lori DeFurio, Group Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat Solutions