Government lowers total cost of ownership and improves support by standardizing on Adobe Acrobat with an enterprise license agreement.
Creative agency enables collaboration and high-quality content production for government and military organizations using Adobe Creative Cloud.
The Ministry of Education, Church, Culture & Gender Equality uses Adobe Connect to deliver more engaging lessons with increased interactivity.
NISC protects government information from cyberattack by applying Government Public Key Infrastructure (GPKI) electronic signatures to PDF files for a more safe and secure information-sharing environment.
Edwards Air Force Base saves nearly $1 million in license fees and reduces software deployment costs by 50% with an enterprise agreement for Adobe Acrobat Pro.
New Mexico Department of Transportation uses Adobe Experience Manager to revamp its website to help travelers get critical information faster.
Swiss Federal Railways creates a customer-centric travel planning destination with Adobe Experience Manager.
Economic development agency uses Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Analytics to create an innovative web experience—customized to support consumers’ needs.
Circuit court's integrated, automated processes translate into enhanced citizen services that are faster, more convenient, and more cost effective.
San Diego County District Attorney’s Office accelerates Juvenile Court proceedings using Adobe Acrobat Pro in Microsoft SharePoint environment.
Government-sponsored body shifts to mobile delivery of interactive learning, using Adobe Acrobat and the Adobe eLearning Suite to train the country’s entire social service workforce.
IRS improves citizen services with seamless access to information using Adobe Acrobat, enabling a dispersed workforce to collaborate virtually — reducing government costs and increasing efficiency.
Nova Scotia government standardizes on Adobe LiveCycle ES, creating internal efficiencies and making it easy for citizens to interact with government.