Government lowers total cost of ownership and improves support by standardizing on Adobe Acrobat with an enterprise license agreement.
City of Matsudo improves security and the reliable transmission of information using Adobe Acrobat and PDF files on virtual desktop environments.
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.
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.
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.
The City of Sacramento rolls out a paperless plan review process using Adobe Acrobat software — boosting efficiencies, saving money, and going green.
The City of Almere in the Netherlands uses Adobe Acrobat Pro to enhance collaboration among officials and improve the delivery of government services to citizens.
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.
One of the busiest district attorney's offices in the United States accelerates Juvenile Court proceedings using Acrobat Pro in its Microsoft SharePoint environment.
The Department of Homeland Security creates PDF Portfolios in Acrobat Pro to provide greater clarity into its daily operations and support public-facing activities with enhanced communications.