Legal firms handle an incredible amount of paperwork each day, and each document must be recorded. Once upon a time, these documents were manually stamped, scanned, saved, and then shared electronically. Isn’t it baffling that legacy paper processes continue to steal time from the workday?
In the age of digitization, physical documents are disappearing from everyday life. Interestingly, this paperless shift makes some of those physical documents even more precious. You may not miss clumsy group reviews, tracking down a notary, or the eternal hunt for a functioning ballpoint. However, you may miss turning the pages of your passport and cherishing the memories that came with each stamp.
We have the brain power. We have the computing power. What we need now is a tool that transforms the one-sided delivery of content — a monologue — into an interaction between content and its consumers — a dialogue. It’s time to rethink how documents work.
You can save on storage and find documents more easily when they’re stored electronically. Those big-picture benefits are real, but they don’t give one a really concrete idea of exactly how using electronic documents will change the way lawyers work.
Upon implementation of eSign services, the SMRT team saw an immediate impact with documents being sent electronically. The Adobe e-signature solution enabled SMRT to quickly restart approval processes to accommodate changes. SMRT was better equipped to keep track of the documents, and the respective workflows.
Collaboration is key to fine-tune copy, images, and layout. Luckily, today your team uses Acrobat DC and leverages the power of shared reviews. Take a look at the step-by-step guide.
After decades of working with Acrobat you may think you’ve seen it all, but we’ve still got a few tricks up our sleeves. Read the first installment in our “Hidden Gems” series and learn how to change a word across several PDFs.
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Create a seamless rich media experience by embedding Adobe eSign services agreements into Adobe Muse projects.
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