Adobe has been named as a “Leader” in the “The Forrester Wave™: Web Conferencing, Q2 2010″ (June 2010) for Adobe Connect. In the report, Adobe Connect was identified as providing the best user experience. The report goes on to state that “the product is highly configurable, which means it can support complex learning and presentation scenarios. But it can be preconfigured to be simple and intuitive to support ad-hoc meetings. One of its key features is persistent meeting rooms to make it easy to keep track of previous meeting materials and to launch a meeting with a simple URL.”
To view the report, check out http://www.adobe.com/enterprise/analysts.html.
And you can learn more about Adobe’s solution for enabling interactive online meetings, training and webinars here.
Adobe is calling on all designers and developers to get creative with some innovative design! We are the platinum sponsor of a Sunlight Labs contest called Design for America, which has the sole purpose of reaching out to the designer and developer community to help make government more engaging.
Learn more about how to participate on our government blog.
The San Francisco Office of the Treasurer and Tax Collector discussed its new online tax filing system for businesses in an announcement (.pdf) today. Our Government team posted to its blog about it, as well. And the San Francisco Chronicle ran a related item this morning, too.
The new system combines the Office’s Registration Renewal Form and Payroll Expense Tax Statement into one online process. It provides a clear and more user-friendly way for businesses to complete forms with guided entries, automated calculations and fewer questions to answer.
Based on Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite, the system also enables the Treasurer’s Office to capture, process and store tax form data with high accuracy in a workflow that’s expected to deliver some significant productivity enhancements.
Interested in keeping up with Adobe’s Government market and LiveCycle teams? Follow them on Twitter at @AdobeGov and @AdobeLiveCycle, respectively.