Many government agencies start their digital migration journey by scanning paper documents and forms, and making them available online. It is estimated that over 9 million of these documents and forms exist across state and local governments with thousands more scattered across federal agencies.
While scanning paper-based forms and documents was a great start to service delivery in previous years, it is now outdated and inefficient, often resulting in lost employee productivity, extended wait times for citizens, and wasted paper.
Watch this on-demand recording to learn how government agencies are navigating the switch from paper-based to digital forms and documents, and saving time and money in the process. Specifically, this session covered:
- Definitive trends and challenges facing government agencies working to digitize current paper-based workflows
- How Adobe Sensei machine learning easily converts PDFs into adaptive forms
- The public's journey through a paper-based workflow
- Relevant examples and demonstrations of PDF to an adaptive form conversion process
- How Adobe Sign can be incorporated to securely send and track documents
Discover how to take your agency's forms and document modernization efforts a step further and provide citizens and employees with automated digital experiences.