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Why Adobe Experience Manager Forms should be part of your COVID-19 response? by KBWEB Consult - Krassimir Boyanov

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Your business has probably had to adapt because of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. Perhaps your interactions with potential customers have been limited. Perhaps your business has been closed to the public. Because of COVID-19, or other needs, you are looking for new ways to interact with your customers digitally. For businesses that utilize Adobe Experience Manager® (AEM), one of those new interaction methods could be an adoption (or expanded use) of Adobe Experience Manager Forms.

What is Adobe Experience Manager Forms?
In the same way that Adobe Experience Manager Sites handles content management, and Adobe Experience Manager Assets manages digital assets, Adobe Experience Manager Forms (AEM Forms) manages digital enrollments with your customers. AEM Forms is a powerful tool, and is much more powerful than the old process of answering questions on a printed form or a static Portable Document Format (PDF) file.

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