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Adobe Launches LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3

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Adobe Systems has launched the Adobe LiveCycle Enterprise Suite 3 (ES3). New capabilities in LiveCycle ES3 include enhanced data services for building enterprise and mobile applications, improved correspondence management capabilities, and streamlined content management connectors for smoother integration with Microsoft SharePoint and IBM FileNet.

LiveCycle ES3 incorporates the LiveCycle Data Services ES3 module (4.6.1), an optimized Java server framework. Updates include native libraries for rapidly creating mobile applications and an SAP Java connector for creating front-end interfaces to SAP systems that are more intuitive and immersive for end users.

LiveCycle ES3 builds on the existing components of LiveCycle ES, including process and rights management modules, PDF generation, forms and output modules, digital signatures, and Workbench and Designer tools.

Pricing is by module and based on traditional LiveCycle metrics such as CPUs and documents.

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