Reviewing and Approving Documents

Acrobat has long had review tools and many life science companies use them.

 

However, when I talk to most firms in bio-pharma, I find that they are not always using the tools to best advantage. And, of course, I still see lots of paper-based review workflows.

 

Acrobat’s Shared Review capability allows multiple people, in real time, to review a document corroboratively. That can help accelerate review and help you meet deadlines.

 

Below is a screen shot of a product label that is part of a Shared Review.

 

 

How does Shared Review Work?

So, you may be wondering . . . how does it work and what benefits does it offer me?

 

I’ve put together an 11-minute, narrated slide deck to help explain how it works.

 

I’ve titled it "Enterprise Collaboration with Adobe Acrobat 9". In the presentation, I cover the findings from a recent Forrester Consulting study on collaboration, and then show you how to collaborate better using Acrobat.

 

Read on to get it.

Get the Enterprise Collaboration Presentation

You can access the presentation two ways:

 

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Watch Enterprise Collaboration with Adobe Acrobat 9.

 

Download the presentation for playback via Acrobat

I embedded the presentation in a PDF you can download. You will need Adobe Reader 9 or Acrobat 9 to view the file.

Click here to download the presentation.

 

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