When a “done” deal falls through, there’s often a lot of blame to go around. Dropped balls, slow response times, missing documents — the list goes on. But there’s a silent deal killer out there that is often overlooked: the process itself. That’s why it makes sense to simplify and streamline the process, automating everything you can.
By eliminating paper onboarding documents with Adobe Sign, EmployBridge improves sustainability, reduces costs, and lowers risk. For them, going digital saves about 4 million sheets of paper every month. “Adobe Sign is a game changer for onboarding, boosting savings, efficiency, and compliance,” says Chris Loope, Chief Digital Officer at EmployBridge.
Adobe today announced it has received certification of its application with ServiceNow. With this integration, ServiceNow customers will be able to create seamless, secure, and engaging digital experiences for collecting documents and signatures for IT, HR and cross-department processes.
To support its culture of innovation, Innogy looks for ways to provide new and better services to its internal and external customers. That’s why the team decided to digitize workflows and offer electronic signatures through Adobe Sign.
Access Intelligence decided to use technology and automation to ease the burden of paperwork. With Conga Composer, Salesforce, and Adobe Sign, the team has reduced errors and streamlined workflows by merging information and populating fields with Salesforce data. “With the Adobe Sign, Salesforce, and Conga integration, the savings are huge.”
Some documents are meant to be tweaked, edited, adjusted, and fine-tuned. Some are meant to be crystallized in amber. Easily prevent people from editing and copying information from your file. You can even limit other activities like printing, commenting, form filling, and adding pages. Restrict the way people use your PDF file right from within Microsoft Office applications on Windows.
Join us on June 27, 2017 for Think Tank by Adobe: The Future of Work from Berlin. This livestreamed event will feature a group of thought leaders answering the questions: “What future of work do we really want – and how do we design a path towards it?”
As our digital world gets bigger, so does the staggering number of solutions, platforms, and applications. Half of office workers need to create and share documents with teams who use entirely different systems. So how do you make sure your documents are ready for anything? Learn how to create PDFs from any device.
Sales Machine returns to NY on June 14th featuring top sales thought leaders taking the stage with advice and ideas for today’s B2B sales professionals. Learn how Adobe Sign improves the closing process by visiting the booth and our session. See you there!
Documents are the underpinning of office work, and PDF and Microsoft Office are some of the most commonly used formats in the everyday business workflow. So why not use the two together to build interactive PDF forms that can be filled and signed anywhere?