Still the king
June 16, 2022

Still the king

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Acrobat DC

With remote work the norm, we need a solution that is user-friendly and widely available for our team and also the entire org. Acrobat allows us to address the need to share and create documents, obtain approvals and signatures, and consolidate our documents in a centralized cloud location that works for all users.
  • Markup of document edits
  • Approvals and signatures
  • Create and edit pdfs with interactive components
  • Sometimes can hang up while making edits
  • Pricing can be a barrier
  • Have to make sure you are selecting the correct location to save if you use both local and cloud locations
  • Allows multiple people to review
  • Centralized storage
  • Perfect for remote teams
  • Clarity on proofing and approvals
  • Less overhead for physical storage
  • Helps to streamline our workflow
The mobile app works as well as the desktop. Really provides another level of flexibility for reviews and approvals for our team and others in the org. Most folks have been using it for years so new features are pretty easy to assimilate into an existing process. Also works well on an iPad and the pencil allows a great experience.
For my part, we don’t deal with sensitive info so this isn’t a huge concern for us but other org units do leverage the security in dealing with their necessary documents.

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Great for teams and organizations where several people are involved with editing and approvals. Also provides a ton of flexibility for remote teams and also cloud-based storage eliminates the need for on-site storage. I think most people will be able to implement Acrobat in their workflows but some may find the learning curve a little steep to utilize all features.