4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 2, 2016
Adobe has been a mature solution provider of document management, and provider of de facto standard of PDF. Choice was easy and bundled license deal was no brainer.
We should have started sooner.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 2, 2016
Features are user-friendly, can be quickly installed and running with very little effort
Determine upfront what is it that you desire the product to provide? What are the actual needs of the department? How would this product satisfy the expectations?
Location of tools and features for creating forms, adding signatures, and applying security to lock document.
Not able to create group signitures outside of cloud.
Provide option to obtain signitures using on premise technology rather than restricting users to a cloud platform.
I would consider other options for which we could use with the cloud solution.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 30, 2016
Responsive Service. Need a better handle on merging Individual accounts with Enterprise Accounts
While there are other vendors who may be mature, its hard to beat Adobe's passion and value proposition in Document Signing space.
Ease of use, Stability
Converting users from individual to Enterprise accounts. Honestly it does happen quickly but requires a ticket with Support.
Imagine greater opportunities of integration and optimize legacy and manual processes.
Identify and make targeted training videos available. There are too many versions of training content and as Product names have changed its hard to find the right content.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 21, 2016
Check other vendors
frequent security updates
moved to cloud
Try other products
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 18, 2016
The program has been able to deliver the needed results from it. Not much more to say about it
I don't know what to say, use it to get accustomed to it.
It has always worked for me.
It runs large documents pretty slow on weaker computers
If they could make the program run more smoothly on weaker computers.
Have a better structure for managing licenses.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 11, 2016
Great tool to let you edit and organize pdf's. Interface feels a bit old fashioned compared to their other products. Makes signing documents much easier.
The other alternatives are just too messy. It's worth going with the original product.
It just works well.
Lower the price or add more functionality. The price is pretty horrific considering how simple the product is.
It went really smooth, there's nothing in the process that could create a more desirable outcome.
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 9, 2016
Very good overall. Smooth implementation.
Working with Adobe to create a solid project plan to meet implmentation deadlines.
Easy to use for user. Low service desk call volume.
Updates are requested and not controlled by users.
Plan sooner rather then later on desktop deployment.
Start planning for the updates and patches earler in the process.
5 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 21, 2016
The initial introductions were very informative and fact finding. The vendor laid out a good game plan of implementations and the step by step procedures that would ensure efficiency and no down time.
Have a big brainstorming sesssions with them and ask what other ways other firms have done that has worked and not worked.
They are very efficient and very easy to follow through
The costs could've been more negotiated.
Sometimes getting someone on the phone is a tad difficult but well within the service escalation procedures.
I would like to have more casual meetings regarding other implementations that is out of the box and with other creative ways. One set of procedures from them does not necessarily mean it will work for other applications.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 18, 2016
Installation went well. Adobe automatically uninstalled previous versions of Adobe Acrobat which is pretty expected at this point. I was prompted for a serial number which I find annoying, but still necessary I suppose.
Although this is a "classic" product, it still requires that you create and tie it to an Adobe account for licensing. However, after a long "support" session with Adobe, I learned that the Adobe account isn't used for anything so you can create a dummy noone account and register it under that account.
It is a classic and there aren't many alternatives available
Menus are too complicated, I was scrolling through pages of icons trying to figure out how to insert a page from another document. I couldn't add single buttons to the ribbon without having to add an entire toolbar of stuff I don't use. I also don't need the creative cloud that Adobe is pushing down my throat.
I wish that Acrobat XI was still sold.
I don't think i would have done anything differently because i had very limited options
We don't use support that much to manage the product
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 21, 2016
Very easy to work with on the project. Product is great.
Do the detailed homework on the product before purchasing. Do not rely on references from other companies.
This works very well and quickly.
I wish conversion of data to another product was more straight forward.
Nothing to add.
I don't believe we would do anything different.
I believe the company has this addressed very effectively.
Very quick. Not expensive.