In a recent conversation, Andre Dolder, IT relationship manager at SUVA, told us that he implemented Adobe LiveCycle solutions to automate several key data collection and entry activities. The solution equips employees with electronic forms that are automatically updated, lowering the amount of manual entry and data collection required.
Along with a rich Internet application (RIA), which uses Adobe AIR to create a persistent presence on desktops and mobile devices—the solution enables SUVA field staff to instantly recall existing customer information, make any updates or changes necessary, and have customers sign the documents electronically to complete the application process. Now, instead of processing applications in batches once per week, applications can be processed on a daily basis, helping SUVA deliver services more rapidly and be more responsive to customer needs.
Dolder says that because of the improvements with the Adobe software the company has saved around 800,000 francs annually by reducing the amount of time and resources spent planning for customer visits. Click here to learn more.
We recently spoke with Sairam Rangachari, senior vice president of products and innovation at optionsXpress and he told us about their goal to develop an entirely new type of trading platform.
With the Adobe Flash Platform, optionsXpress created Xtend, an all-inclusive trading console that employs the same award-winning, back-end technology as the optionsXpress web-based platform. Xtend—which investors can access easily from virtually any computer operating system and digital device—offers traders convenient access to active stock, options, and futures information for improved decision making and trading outcomes. Xtend is a dynamic, downloadable desktop app widget that offers a wide range of unique features and expert-quality research tools. Learn more here.
In a recent conversation, Carl Houghton, the vice president of strategic initiatives at ISS told us that the Adobe Flash Platform is an essential component of his company’s ability to quickly develop powerful applications that help the U.S. military coordinate critical information on the battlefield, in war rooms, and in Congress.
Houghton says that the advanced development tools in the Adobe software helped cut RIA development time by six months. The RIAs help military leaders securely share information across a variety of platforms and devices, and the reliable online and offline access to information enhances agencies’ ability to collaborate efficiently and effectively. Most importantly, the applications bring a new level of engagement with information with advanced data visualization, which helps users better understand the information they’re viewing and make better, more strategic decisions. Click here for more.
Neil Hoosier II of Neil Hoosier and Associates(NHA), told us recently that Adobe Connect helps his firm live up to its government contract for insurance training by enabling the company to reach thousands of insurance professionals instantly with important information about Medicare and Medicaid. With the Adobe solution, NHA can produce and deliver rich online training sessions, meetings, and webinars that insurance pros can access right from their computers, from any location. Adobe Connect lets NHA reuse existing content to reduce the time needed to create new, updated content. In addition, the Adobe solution integrates with NHA’s existing learning management system (LMS) to help the company monitor and report on monthly attendance and the results of quizzes and exams. Hoosier says that Adobe Connect has helped his firm better meet its contractual obligations and to provide a higher level of service to its customers, which translates to happier—and more successful—customers. Read the full story here!