Adobe Acrobat User Group for Public Sector Professionals to Host First Live Event
Are you interested in exploring better ways to convert, send, and manage documents? Then you should join the inaugural user group event focused on public sector professionals. The goal of this event is to reach professionals whose jobs require an understanding of Adobe Acrobat DC to create, edit, and share PDF files. It will also be an excellent opportunity to connect with peers, learn about what’s new in Acrobat DC, and help define the direction of this new user group community moving forward.
Lori DeFurio and Lisa Croft from Adobe will be there in person to provide firsthand information about the latest Acrobat DC capabilities as well as learn from the attendees how you would like to define the group moving forward. As Group Manager of the Document Services team at Adobe, Lori leads the marketing strategy to enable customers worldwide to leverage their investments in Adobe Document Cloud, including Acrobat DC, Adobe Sign, and mobile apps. Lisa is a Group Product Marketing Manager at Adobe in the Document Cloud business unit team that focuses on enablement of customers, partners, and sales teams around the world. At this event, Lisa will present a review of the top five capabilities of Acrobat most relevant to public sector professionals.
It’s all happening on Wednesday, February 22 from 8–10am EST at the U.S. Navy Memorial–Naval Heritage Center in Washington, DC. The event invitation is open to all public sector professionals who would benefit from learning more about Acrobat DC through face-to-face discussions with peers and Adobe representatives. Register now. If you can’t attend in person, you can register to attend online.
For more information about this event, contact Lori DeFurio.