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IDC Report

Learn how document digitization and electronic signatures modernize workflows to create more accurate, secure, and convenient experiences for students, parents, faculty, and staff.
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Digital transformation (DX) in K–12 and higher education in the U.S. is accelerating. As a result of COVID-19, DX plans were implemented more quickly to modernize and digitize operations.

There will be permanent changes post-pandemic in response to demands from staff, faculty, teachers, parents, and suppliers that require seamless digital document workflows, without manual or paper-based interruptions.

Read the Adobe-commissioned InfoBrief to learn how a key component of a seamless, secure digital document workflow is e-signature technology which provides a multitude of benefits including:

•    Supporting a more productive hybrid workforce.
•    Providing a better employee and student experience.
•    Reducing workflow errors.
•    Maintaining compliance.

Fill out the form to download Digital Transformation in K–12 and Higher Education: Digital Document Workflows for Agility and Improved Services.

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