This past summer, Laurel Warrell, a former Adobe Research intern and current Masters of Science candidate at Georgia Tech, worked with Adobe Research Principal Scientist Walter Chang on a PDF-to-VR prototype leveraging a consumer VR device and 360-degree content, proposing a transformation in how people can interact with content otherwise locked away in documents. We asked both a few questions about the project and about the Adobe Research’s collaboration with academic institutions.
dmg events leverages easy integration among its Adobe Sign, Salesforce CRM, and Conga Composer systems. Together, they replace a workflow that required dmg events sales representatives to fill out forms manually, scan and email them to exhibitors, and often wait days for a reply.
Adobe is pleased to announce that the Arizona Senate unanimously passed a bill requiring state agencies to accept electronic records and electronic signatures. The bill revises legacy requirements for signatures, expands the definition of electronic signatures to include digital signatures, and makes related changes to technical requirements. Check out the news.
Digital transformation is not just about technology, it’s about transforming how we work and how we think about technology. So how do we change the way we think? Looking at the common barriers to digital transformation is a good place to start. After all, if the barriers don’t have a name or are not recognized, then organizations can’t possibly hope to overcome them.
Nothing can bring work to a screeching halt quite like email attachment errors. According to Adobe research, 43% of office workers say the volume of email attachments makes work life complicated. Send and track large files with confidence with Acrobat DC. Check it out.
Workflow Designer puts Adobe Sign Enterprise customers in the driver’s seat. Build and refine processes that will make key signature and approval tasks easy and efficient for users while ensuring compliance and control for the business. Learn how!
With over 7 billion mobile devices worldwide, more and more applications based in the cloud, and cyber threats at an all-time high, demand has surged for simple and secure ways to sign and manage documents on smartphones and tablets. Today we are announcing four key pieces of news for Adobe Sign that help address that demand.
The gig economy — defined by freelancers and contractors who are temporary and independent workers — is in full swing. Intuit predicts that, by 2020, 40% of American workers will be independent contractors. Today, 35% have already done work as freelancers. How should businesses prepare for this new disruption in the workforce, and what steps can they take to ensure they continue to attract and retain quality, long-term talent?
Last week, at Think Tank by Adobe, Jeff Vijungco spent an afternoon pondering the future of work with a group of forward-thinking individuals. They discussed how government, data science, transportation, and people’s motivation to work will all undergo a massive shift over the next 5, 10 and 20 years – and employees and employers will need to embrace what’s coming to be successful. Here are Jeff’s top five key takeaways from the discussion.
Getting new contracts generated, sent, signed, and returned slowed Yodel’s sales process, revenue stream, and its customers’ ability to benefit from delivery services. They solved the problem by implementing Adobe Sign, integrating it with its Salesforce CRM and Conga Composer systems. See the impact of Adobe Sign on sales cycles: