New capabilities in LiveCycle ES4 enable organizations to extend forms processes on mobile devices. Through integration with Adobe Experience Manager, users can connect forms and document processes to websites.
“The requirement for organizations to easily capture and process information, and securely deliver personalized communications to customers, especially across mobile channels, is changing the shape of business today,” said Melissa Webster, program vice president, Content & Digital Media Technologies, IDC. “LiveCycle plays a role in helping enterprises meet this demand.”
LiveCycle ES4 also includes forms management capabilities that streamline process of updating, retiring and managing thousands of forms. Marketing departments could use it to align form and document content with campaigns to maintain brand consistency.
LiveCycle ES4 integrates with Adobe Experience Manager to rapidly publish documents and enterprise forms on websites with minimal IT support. Clients and constituents find it easy to search for necessary forms or documents with advanced web search capabilities.
The free Adobe Reader Mobile application offers extended rights management to keep sensitive information safe across devices by extending rights-managed documents to mobile users. Microsoft SharePoint enables authorized users to search rights management-protected documents.
Adobe LiveCycle ES4 is currently available.
Adobe Systems recently acquired Behance, an online social media platform that enables creatives to showcase and share their work. Behance has more than 1 million members.