As digital transformation has become essential rather than optional in recent years, businesses embraced cloud migration as a rudimental step to survive. However, to leverage all the potentials digital transformation can offer, they must go beyond infrastructure modernization and examine existing processes. With many processes involving paper clutter it’s worth taking the time to reinvent them through digitization and take transformation to the next level.
Benefits of a paperless office
Improved efficiency and productivity: Digital filing gives businesses more flexibility to modify filing system anytime and provides easy search features. Furthermore, digitized files provide access to teams from anywhere, anytime significantly enhancing collaboration.
Increased cost efficiency: managing and storing business papers can come with reoccurring costs not to mention printer ink, toner and postage and their impact on the environment. Going paperless can result a significantly reduced spending as well.
Ensured compliance and security: Businesses are liable for any customer information they collect, and most countries keep regulations in place to ensure security in the case of a potential breach. Paperless office can comply with these regulations and eliminate unnecessary threats.
Modernizing contract process
Signing documents and contracts is the most typical business process organizations encounter daily. Examining and digitizing this step can significantly eliminate administrative tasks saving time and money for the company. Adobe together with Microsoft created a solution to make the modern, secure, connected hybrid workplace a reality.
Adobe Acrobat Sign, Microsoft's preferred e-signature solution, allows creating, editing, and signing PDFs within Microsoft Word, Teams, Outlook, and more as Adobe Acrobat Sign comes built right into Microsoft 365 applications. The simple yet powerful e-signature tool gets documents signed faster while offering advanced features for any scenario. According to a recent case study, the solution of Adobe and Microsoft can increase transaction speed by 30%, while accelerate digital enrollments by 50%.
Standard e-signature tools include:
Handling electronic signatures
Tracking and management of documents
Managing entire singing process via mobile device
Leveraging Microsoft Office integration
Creating automatic record keeping
Browsing agreement templates
Furthermore, enterprise-grade capabilities such as bulk sending, branded documents or signer identity authenticator guarantee secure, reliable and versatile tool in workplace digitization.
Start the transformation now
Eliminate the time-consuming process of signing documents and contracts on paper and enjoy a seamless experience with Adobe Acrobat Sign. Learn more about the solution from our experts and relieve your colleagues of unnecessary administrative tasks so they can focus on the strategic and creative aspects of your business.
 Source: “The Total Economic Impact™ of Adobe Acrobat Sign,” a commissioned case study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Adobe, January 2022.
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