Posts tagged "LiveCycle"

September 29, 2014

Moving to AEM Forms: It’s Easier Than You Think

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Adobe is well known for our PDF forms capabilities and the LiveCycle platform that has made it possible to deliver and integrate enterprise document solutions with our customers’ back-end systems. While PDF form capabilities and LiveCycle have matured, many organizations find themselves facing new challenges, serving an increasingly mobile and Web-centric world. Consumers,  citizens, and patients expect the same engaging experience in their business transactions that they enjoy in their day-to-day e-commerce Web interactions.

 

 

1) How do you enable citizens, employees, and other stakeholders to intuitively interact and collaborate with your organization across a growing array of devices in the market today?

2) How do you personalize the digital experiences that span every channel, from forms to websites and mobile apps, then automate related backend processes?

3) How do you gather and analyze data on the effectiveness of your website and forms to identify ways to continuously optimize experiences and minimize costs?

As a market leader in Web Experience Management and Digital Marketing, Adobe provides the best tools to address these new challenges. Earlier this year, we launched Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms. The AEM Forms solution leverages AEM Web Content Management capabilities, along with analytics from the Adobe Marketing Cloud, to help organizations easily develop, publish, and manage enterprise forms and documents for desktops and the mobile Web. This is especially beneficial in heavily regulated environments, such as government or healthcare, where security and workflow transparency are crucial.

We have seen an overwhelmingly positive response from customers about these new capabilities—but also a bit of confusion on how they can leverage them in their existing Adobe LiveCycle infrastructure. Do our customers have to do an expensive and time-consuming technical migration from LiveCycle to AEM Forms? Not at all; a lengthy migration isn’t required to take advantage of the new rich features in AEM Forms.

AEM Forms encompasses all of the capabilities of the LiveCycle platform and more. Existing LiveCycle customers can seamlessly upgrade their existing applications and can start developing customized forms for the Web and mobile devices. All of the powerful and mature capabilities of the LiveCycle platform are available to AEM Forms customers. So if you are excited about the possibilities of AEM Forms but worried about what it will take to get there—don’t be.

Check out the benefits of AEM Forms and contact us to learn how to upgrade today!

 

 

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January 24, 2014

LiveCycle update: Forms, documents, and the Adobe Marketing Cloud

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Research shows that 85% of all business processes begin with a form… but what happens next is up to you.

The following post by Arun Anantharaman, Sr. Vice President of Products at Adobe, was published in the LiveCycle blog this week, and provides details about Adobe’s continued commitment to innovate in this space.

Stay tuned; more to come…

2013 was an exciting year for LiveCycle. I want to take a moment to update you on how we are continuing to invest and innovate in forms and documents, and provide an overview of our 2014 plans.

In 2013, we introduced LiveCycle ES4, a major release that extends rich form and document experiences to mobile users. Shortly afterwards, we began integrating these capabilities into Adobe Experience Manager, enabling  organizations to easily create, manage, and publish forms and documents in conjunction with a market leading web content management solution. To date, we’ve released three form and document capabilities:

The feedback from customers has been overwhelmingly positive. Over the last three quarters, many customers have migrated to Adobe Experience Manager forms and documents while preserving their investments in LiveCycle forms.  By integrating form transactions and document confirmations into their web and mobile engagement strategies, they can extend their reach and maintain brand consistency while managing all assets from a single platform.

We will continue to provide updates to LiveCycle customers, while deepening our integration with Adobe Experience Manager to help government, financial institutions and other regulated industries easily engage with citizens and customers through secure, compliant, yet easy-to-use forms and documents. Stay tuned as we announce new features and releases in 2014.

Arun Anantharaman
Senior Vice President Products
Digital Marketing

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October 25, 2010

The New LiveCycle ES2.5 and Government

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Shortly ago today, Adobe announced LiveCycle ES2.5. We sat down with Marc Eaman, evangelist for Adobe’s Enterprise business, to get his perspective on the new release and how LiveCycle is used by government agencies.

  • 0:03 – Marc’s responsibilities and background
  • 1:08 – LiveCycle ES2.5: what drove development; some of the new capabilities
  • 3:45 – LiveCycle in Government, including how agencies use it today

You can follow the LiveCycle team on twitter @AdobeCEM, and check out their blog here.

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