Today, we are excited to reveal another major milestone in the integration of Adobe EchoSign technology with Adobe’s document solutions and services. Now, Adobe Reader users will be able to send PDF files to be signed from within the application as well as sign documents electronically themselves, making it easier than ever for businesses to “seal the deal” and keep up with the demands of a growing mobile workforce. The new update makes Adobe Reader a one-stop shop for electronic signatures. Read more about it on the Acrobat Solutions blog.
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We’re excited to announce that today we’ve updated Adobe FormsCentral with some of our customers’ most-asked-for features. Now, you no longer have to deal with the headaches of getting files and information from customers, clients, or vendors. With the new File Attachments Field in FormsCentral, users can now collect and store one or more files (including audio and video) from respondents, making things like requests for proposals and resumes, easier to gather and manage. Everything is stored in one central place, taking the pain out of managing the collection process. In addition, the new Field Validation features let users set minimum and maximum values for the number of characters, dates or multiple choice fields within their forms – making life simpler for everyone involved. Check out the Acrobat Solutions blog to learn more about how today’s updates make it easier than ever to collect and organize data in such uses as applications, client intake, and registration forms.
Introducing online forms from the Acrobat Solutions team
Forms are the life-blood of businesses and organizations. But how does the average person take advantage of the recent technology advances in Web and mobile without IT help to collect information that will move their business forward?
Given how important the information you collect from surveys, contracts, or registration forms is, an online solution that lets you quickly create, distribute, collect and analyze data from forms or surveys would be a huge asset.
Well, today we’re announcing a cloud service that makes that time-consuming – albeit important – task, well, less time-consuming: Adobe FormsCentral. Read more on how we think today’s news will revolutionize data collection and analysis in a blog piece from Mark Grilli, Director of Product Marketing, Acrobat Solutions, here.
It’s been nearly three months since we announced Acrobat X and we’ve been getting stellar reviews from many of you — our customers.
Check out today’s Acrobat blog post from Mark Grilli, Director of Product Marketing, Acrobat Solutions, as he shares Acrobat X customer insights and commentary that we’ve been hearing along the way.
What we’re learning is that listening to you through our pre-release program and the many pre-announce customer meetings really paid off. These meetings gave us first-hand insight into how you see your business success and the important role Acrobat plays in helping you achieve those goals. Read the full post here.
Want to share your insights on Acrobat X, send Mark an email, firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
There’s a major shift taking place in the workplace today. We’re moving from relying on a single desktop computer, or sharing enterprise-class server resources, to drawing on services in the cloud. What’s more, each of us uses more than one machine. Besides our laptops, we likely have a computer at home, and we have a neat little computer that fits in our pockets, we call a smart phone.
As these devices have allowed us to become more connected, the need to be able to exchange documents easily becomes more and more critical to business as well as personal success. There is no longer any reason to tie documents to one machine. We should be able to get access to and retrieve and view those files reliably no matter where we are and no matter what device we are using at the time. And this is where the cloud delivers value.
Just a few weeks ago, we announced the new Acrobat X software family, including new cloud services from Acrobat.com. Today, we’re announcing the availability of those new services – Adobe SendNow and Adobe CreatePDF. Both services are ready to help you solve real business and collaboration problems now.
Check out the full blog post with insights from Mark Grilli, Director of Product Marketing, Acrobat Solutions, at Adobe for more on the Acrobat family blog, here.
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