Adobe is working with Microsoft to deliver superior digital document experiences to millions of joint customers, changing the game in workforce productivity. Adobe also recently announced that it is bringing its Document Cloud to Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics 365, making it easier for licensees of both to quickly convert files into PDFs and into Acrobat.
“Whether onboarding an employee, signing up a new customer, or completing a critical sales contract, great experiences start where the document does, in Adobe Document Cloud,” said Ashley Still, vice president and general manager, Digital Media, Adobe.
I wanted to learn more about how Microsoft and Adobe share a common vision of the workplace of the future. One that is centered on teamwork and collaboration. Lisa Croft, Group Product Marketing Manager at Adobe joins me on my daily tech podcast to reveal more about the blossoming partnership between Adobe and Microsoft.
With Adobe is working closely with many some of the world’s biggest brands, we also explore some of the common trends and challenges around digital transformation strategies. But also how Adobe and Microsoft are working together to provide solutions to these challenges.
Lisa has 20+ years of experience in the technology industry utilizing various enterprise software solutions. Her experience includes pre-sales, client development, project management, marketing, software development and customization, and training for large customers.
Lisa also excels in managing and supporting multiple sales personnel, customers and projects across a large geographic area. Her extensive experience in preparing presentations and customized demonstrations to various audiences and mediums augments her strong expertise in forms design, workflow analysis, and design, systems integration, and accessibility.
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