Intro to Building PDF Forms

Tuesday, November 13
11 AM Pacific Time

With the world transitioning away from paper processes a majority of forms are now going digital to improve efficiency and convenience. In this webinar, you will learn how to use the Adobe Document Cloud to:

  • Convert electronic or paper documents to fillable PDF’s.
  • Add relevant form fields, protect your document, and create your form directly in PDF.
  • Navigate through new and updated features within the product you may not be familiar with.
  • Help your organization rethink the way it automates, optimizes and manages document workflows to reduce costs, increase productivity, security and compliance.
  • Implement electronic signatures to your documents, regardless where you are and on any device.

Headshot2-1Cameron Young
Technical Solutions Consultant, Adobe

Cameron Young currently serves as a Technical Solutions Consultant at Adobe Systems, specifically covering the Adobe Document Cloud and the Digital Experiences Business. As a Technical Solutions Consultant, he provides strategic insights and technical recommendations on creating efficient business workflows and how to utilize the wide array of Adobe products to eliminate the paper problem of the world and create lasting digital experiences. In Cameron's free time, he enjoys playing Basketball, Reef Keeping, and making a trip to the happiest place on earth, Disneyland.


image001-1Ayesha Kirpalani
Technical Solutions Consultant, Adobe

As a Technical Solutions Consultant at Adobe, Ayesha provides strategic technical recommendations to clients on how the Adobe Document Cloud suite can optimize their document workflows and integrate with their existing technology stack. By understanding and articulating the client’s technical architecture, business requirements, ideal workflow and industry best practices; Ayesha constructs compelling product visions – through live product demonstrations and testing in the context of the client’s environment. Outside of work, Ayesha enjoys exploring new areas of San Francisco, traveling, hiking, hosting brunch events at her pop- up kitchen and volunteering her time to pro-bono projects.