Adobe Document Solutions has increased its focus on its Document Cloud business with the addition of Box and Microsoft OneDrive into its integrations portfolio. This move follows the addition of Dropbox into that ecosystem last year.
Adobe Document Solutions product marketing vice-president, Mark Grilli, said the integration focuses on new mobile technology and the first significant cross-Cloud integration for Document Cloud that enables companies to deliver customer experience that does not involve paper.
“We often hear from customers about this digital transformation as an important driver for decision making within an organisation. They’re concerned around digital transformation because the evolution of how you business has changed rapidly in the last 10 years as new technologies and capabilities come on board.
“And to create a good customer experience, existing systems must be able to adapt to the changing marketplace. We’ve been talking about paper to digital for some time and we did this to improve processes,” he said.
According to Grilli, these “significant new partner integrations” help people get work done with the tools they already use, every day. He said businesses that target universities and the banking verticals will benefit the most from this partnerships.
“We’ve had great momentum with customers and partners. We’ve been growing over the past year with Document Cloud. We looked back at the activity within the environment and we’re still at the tip of the iceberg in terms of what’s going to happen.”
In addition to these partner integrations, the company has launched Adobe Sign, that includes new capabilities such as digital enrolment and on boarding with Adobe Marketing Cloud, and continuing innovation in Acrobat DC with touch enablement and new capabilities for the hearing and sight impaired.
“As we’ve expanded this offering and are moving into other markets, we’ve launched a datacentre in Europe and will be launching an Asia-Pacific and Japan datacentres by the end of 2016,” Grilli added.
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