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March 2017

Adobe Sign and Adobe Experience Manager Accelerate the Customer Journey

Today, we’re excited to announce enhancements to the integration between Adobe Sign and Adobe Experience Manager Forms that make complex, forms-based processes simple, engaging, and mobile-optimized. Adaptive forms, legally binding signatures, and custom tracking dashboards make the experience fully digital.

Mar 20, 2017 /Events /

Make the Most of Adobe SUMMIT 2017 with Adobe Document Cloud

The one constant in marketing is that marketers are under tight deadlines. The good news? Adobe Document Cloud can help. Join us at Adobe SUMMIT 2017 and find out how you can speed up business processes and focus on the fun part: the marketing.

Accessibility Standards Get a Much-Needed Refresh

After almost a decade of work, the board released its “Section 508 refresh” on January 18. In the updated rule, the board addresses improved access for numerous disabilities and takes a significant step towards greater accessibility.

Sharing Script Libraries with Custom Commands

JavaScript for Acrobat is secure, incredibly powerful, and enables you to automate a wide variety of tasks like sophisticated interactive forms. But the implementation of JavaScript for Acrobat and JavaScript for browsers is very different. Learn how to navigate the differences and easily share script libraries using the Custom Command tool in Acrobat.

First with Cloud-Based Digital Signatures, Adobe Sign Moves Sustainability Forward

Adobe Sign not only streamlines document flows and tasks across entire teams through desktop and mobile, it helps businesses reduce inefficiencies and waste, as well as make meaningful progress on their sustainability goals.

Q&A with Adobe Research: Investigating Virtual Reality and PDF

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.

Exhibitors Sign on the Digital Line

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.