SAN JOSE, CA: Adobe, announces seamless integration that connects Adobe Sign and Adobe Marketing Cloud to eliminate manual and paper based process for enrolment, on-boarding and servicing across the customer journey.
Digital transformation has quickly become a strategic imperative in almost every industry, requiring organizations to transform their business processes and re-imagine how they connect with customers, partners and employees.
Adobe Sign has upgraded mobile app integrated with Adobe Experience Manager Forms helping organizations to go completely digital with anything from credit card applications to government benefit forms or medical forms.
Adobe adds Document Cloud Storage in its portfolio in integration with BOX and Microsoft OneDrive, and updated features for Adobe Acrobat DC subscribers.
At the heart of Adobe Document Cloud is Adobe Acrobat DC, the PDF solution; Adobe Sign, the leading e-signature solution that allows anyone to electronically sign and send documents from any device; and powerful companion mobile apps. Acrobat, together with Acrobat Reader, is one of the most widely distributed pieces of software, used on over a billion desktops and mobile devices worldwide.
Adobe Sign is the fast, easy, secure way to bring trusted e-signatures to every organization and department including HR, sales, IT, legal and procurement. The new integration will enable Adobe and Box users to:
Quickly access and save files from Adobe apps, users will be able to open and complete essential tasks on PDF files in Box using Adobe Acrobat DC and the free Acrobat Reader. Edit PDFs directly from Box, when working in Box and previewing a PDF file, with just a few clicks users will be able to open documents directly in Acrobat DC and make edits that are automatically updated in Box. Speed business with e-signatures, users will be able to open Box files directly in Adobe Sign to provide an electronic signature on important contracts and paperwork. This builds on an existing integration between Adobe Sign and Box, which enables users to select files for e-signature from their Box account via the Adobe Sign web service.
Document Cloud offers integration with industry leaders like Apttus, Dropbox and Salesforce. Adobe unveils its new and expanded Adobe Sign integrations with span key business solutions and workflows.
Microsoft OneDrive – New integration with Acrobat DC, Acrobat Reader and Microsoft OneDrive allows organizations to access and work on PDF files stored in OneDrive directly from within the Adobe apps. With a few clicks in Acrobat on the desktop, users can view and work on PDF files stored in OneDrive while ensuring documents always remain synced. In addition, iOS users can access PDFs in OneDrive from the Acrobat Reader mobile app via the universal document picker, enabling them to work with PDF files anywhere.
Salesforce – The latest release of Adobe Sign significantly improves a user’s experience, the update features the enhanced Salesforce Lightning user experience across any device, plus support for customizing the app with the drag-and-drop interface of Salesforce Lightning Components—while also providing compelling new features like signing groups and hybrid signing order.
Adobe Acrobat DC streamlines the experience of commenting, annotating and highlighting on touch devices. These include not forcing you to perform OCR on a scanned document to highlight text. The company has also modified some menus and dialog boxes for easier operation by the visually impaired and added screen reader support for the Home view and Save As options. Acrobat can be deployed via the Creative Cloud packager.
“Every company and organization should be laser-focused on delivering the best customer experience possible, and the best experience does not involve paper,” says Bryan Lamkin, Executive Vice President and General Manager, Digital Media at Adobe. “Today we further strengthen the value that Adobe Document Cloud and Adobe Sign bring to our global customers as the only complete solution that transforms paper-based transactions into 100 percent digital workflows.”