Adobe today announced the availability of Adobe® LiveCycle® Enterprise Suite 2.5 (ES2.5), expanding the company’s…
Tag: Solution Accelerators
Adobe have released updated Solution Accelerators that provide a great starting point for use in implementation projects where there’s a fit with the customer’s business use case.
The new Solution Accelerators, certified for LiveCycle ES2, provide Building Blocks that can be extended and customized. With LiveCycle ES2 and these Solution Accelerators, LiveCycle customers can reduce time to business benefit and increase the quality of their enterprise applications.
The following new Solution Accelerators available are;
Cross-Industry Managed Review and Approval
Deliver auditable review, commenting, and approval solutions that combine the collaborative features of PDF with the structured workflows of LiveCycle to automate SOPs and regulatory processes. Learn more
Financial Services Customer Acquisition
With Adobe LiveCycle ES and the Account Enrollment Solution Accelerator, you can minimize repeated data entry, streamline account processing and setup, and deliver tailored information to customers. Learn more
Adobe recently released two new Solution Accelerators, groups of code, documentation and samples to extend the LiveCycle ES product suite closer down the solution path. These releases are essentially the result of work done by an internal Adobe team using LiveCycle, Flex & AIR to create some quick start and best practise samples to help customers and solution partners get closer to a deliverable.
One interesting area addressed by this release is around Correspondence Management, and how Adobe can help address the needs of organisations requirements to correspond with their customers, or government agencies with their constituents. From the guide itself;
“For many companies and government agencies, correspondence is the face of the organization. Whether
it’s a welcome letter to a new customer, a bill for an insurance premium, or a summary of benefits or
services, document-based communications—correspondence—serve as one of the most important, and
costly, vehicles for communicating with customers and citizens.”
One of my colleagues from Adobe France, Francois Massemin, has posted this YouTube video demonstrating some of the user experiences that can be provided using a combination of Adobe Flex & PDF.