Adobe is soon rolling a new feature for businesses to manage e-signatures and documents with Adobe Sign from within Acrobat Pro.
Adobe is doubling down on e-signatures with a new all-in-one Acrobat product geared toward small businesses. The service allows businesses to manage e-signatures and documents with Adobe Sign from within Acrobat Pro.
According to the company, Adobe’s e-signature maturity will come from the small business segment. According to recent research, 51% of small businesses still manage physical paperwork, and an average small business owner signs or processes 16 documents per week.
Adobe intends to capture this massive market share and take the small businesses’ paperwork to the digital world.
In a blog post, the company said:
If there’s one silver lining for the previous 12 tumultuous months, it’s the fact that so many businesses accelerated their digital transformation,
In the last year alone, we’ve seen triple-digit growth across Acrobat and Sign, proving that companies of all sizes benefit from paper-free processes. And on the SMB front, 40 percent reported that they conducted more paperwork digitally in 2020 rallying around the belief that digital documents are easier, faster, and more convenient than physical paper. After decades of chasing the paperless office, we may finally be on the home stretch.
It is said that companies will be able to embed customer forms into a website with webforms, collect digital payments with PayPal and Braintree, add custom branding to electronic contracts and invoices, and employ high-level form fields for complicated customer workflows.
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