To boost productivity and speed up every step of employee processes, Adobe Sign has partnered with Workday to integrate e-signature capabilities into Workday applications. Employers can accelerate signatures processes for purchase orders, offer letters, onboarding documents, non-disclosure agreements, code of conduct forms, and more from anywhere, on any device.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Employees have been left frustrated by inefficient processes, with our new Adobe survey ‘Document Drain’ indicating that electronic signatures, mobile apps and other technologies are key to providing a better way.
Although many companies dream of a paperless office, digitalisation has stalled when it comes to contracts. The technical and legal frameworks of electronic signatures have long been known. So why isn’t digital contract management’s potential being tapped? More than anything else, it is due to lack of know-how. This article attempts to shed some light on the possibilities.
Organizations are working to enable personnel to work from any device, any time, and from any location. However, this flexibility presents a number of challenges for corporate IT departments to manage and secure countless devices and apps. Working with the AppConfig Community, Adobe is helping to establish and drive native standards for app configuration and security.
Forward-thinking CEOs see major disruptions and tremendous new opportunities in their existing markets. They are embracing the opportunity to pivot their technology to adapt to these changes. This recent shift in strategy serves as a major catalyst for digital business transformation.
Adobe worked with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and Assemblyman Evan Low to clarify the laws so that state agencies, cities and counties were empowered to accept electronic signatures whenever possible. The result is Assembly Bill 2296 that declares that California state agencies can accept whichever type of signature is appropriate for a particular transaction.