Transitioning from paper to electronic processes - Adobe Sign

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In coping with our extraordinary circumstances, it is increasingly important to continue to transition campus forms & processes from paper to electronic formats whenever appropriate and possible. One tool that can facilitate this process is Adobe Sign.

As outlined in this earlier blog post, the campus is transitioning from Docusign to Adobe Sign for electronic signing of documents by June 1. Information Technology Services is offering regular training workshops in Adobe Sign for the campus community. You can RSVP for any of the upcoming workshops on the Adobe Sign support page.

If you can't make it to a workshop and would like to start using Adobe Sign, you can watch the 2-part training (2 hours total) on the CSUCI Adobe Sign support site.


If you need help with Adobe Sign, please visit the CSUCI Adobe Sign support site; you can also submit support requests for Adobe Sign through the Solution Center online.

Keep in mind that Adobe Sign might not be the right fit for every form and every business process. Some forms and processes might not be appropriate due to sensitive data or the complexities of your business process. If you're not sure if Adobe Sign will be the right fit for you, feel free to submit a support request for Adobe Sign through the Solution Center online

In an upcoming post, we'll share some more information about another powerful platform that CSUCI and several other CSUs are piloting to support business process automation and the transition from paper to electronic processes: BP Logix.

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