Adobe has teamed up with Box to make the day-to-day tasks with digital documents in enterprises more efficient. The companies have announced a new set of integrations that seamlessly connect workflows between Adobe Document Cloud, Adobe Sign and Box’s secure enterprise content collaboration platform. The new integration will help the users to organize, manage and collaborate their secure content.
What Will the New Tie-Up Offer?
Quickly access, modify and save box files using Adobe apps: Users will be able to view, create and modify the content on PDF files within Box platform using Adobe Acrobat DC and Acrobat Reader. Annotations and edits will be saved back to Box in real-time. This will ensure that the latest version of the document is always accessible. The version control issues also can be ruled out. Additionally, users will have the option to select Box as their preferred cloud provider from the iOS document picker within Acrobat Reader mobile on iPhone and iPad.
Edit PDFs from Box: Those working on the box can open PDF files in Acrobat DC and directly make edits. They can Export PDFs into editable Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or RTF files that preserve fonts, formatting, and layouts. This will be automatically updated in Box. This means the users can reap the advantage of working on Acrobat while enjoying Box’s efficient collaboration features and high-level of security and control capabilities.
E-sign on box file with Adobe sign: Users can open Box files without hassles on Adobe Sign. This means electronic signature can be added to important documents like contracts. This essentially means the file needn’t be downloaded and transferred. It can be stored at a singled point, signed and passed on to the corresponding person.
2 Billion Pdfs in Box
There are an estimated two billion PDFs in Box today and both tech companies have thousands of enterprise-level customers worldwide.
“Organizations worldwide rely on Adobe Document Cloud and Adobe Sign to bring speed and efficiency to processes involving digital documents,” said Bryan Lamkin, executive vice president and general manager, Digital Media at Adobe. “Our mission is to simplify and modernize those processes for businesses and people wherever and however they work. Our collaboration with Box will help advance this cause, whether it’s reviewing a new employee benefits handbook with HR stakeholders, sharing the latest creative mock-up with your global ad agency, or sending a sales contract for signature by the CEO,” he added.
According to Adobe, digital transformation has become crucial in all industries. This necessitates organizations to change the way they connect with customers, employees, partners and other stakeholders.