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Acrobat 9
Improve operational efficiency and effectiveness — while enhancing your sustainability commitment.
This free eSeminar shows you how. Sign up to attend right now.

Today's businesses face many challenges from process improvements that boost the bottom line to sustainable technologies that reduce waste and cost.

Join Adobe and guest speaker Don Carli of the Institute for Sustainable Communication for an eSeminar to celebrate Earth Day and learn how leading companies meet these challenges using Adobe® Acrobat® 9. Featuring case studies across a wide range of enterprises, this special eSeminar will show you how to:

Improving workflow — streamlining outdated, manual processes with secure, easy-to-share electronic PDF documents.
Maximizing efficiency — standardizing the way everyone communicates and collaborates enterprise-wide for better productivity.
Reducing paper — lowering the organization's carbon footprint as well as reducing costs and inefficient manual practices.
Increasing security — ensuring safe electronic transmission and storage of business critical documents.
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See how successful organizations use Adobe Acrobat 9 to save time and money — while meeting sustainability obligations.

Green eSeminar
Thursday, April 23, 2009
10:00 a.m. PT

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Guest Speaker:
Don Carli

Don is Senior Research Fellow with the Institute for Sustainable Communication (ISC) where he is director of The Sustainable Advertising Partnership and other programs addressing marketing, advertising, corporate responsibility, sustainability, and enterprise communication as well as being Executive Vice President and conference chairperson of SustainCommWorld "The Green Media Show."
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