Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms Overview

What is Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms?
Adobe LiveCycle is an enterprise document and form platform that helps you capture and process information, deliver personalized communications, and protect and track sensitive information. LiveCycle extends business processes to your mobile workforce and clients, increasing productivity while broadening service access to any user equipped with a desktop, smartphone, or tablet.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms is also known as Adobe LiveCycle.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Forms Customers
State of Illinois, Department of Human Services
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Managing Partner and AEM Architect at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Real User
Its flexibility and customization ability. Ease of initial setup and complete set of features to support digital marketing initiatives.

What other advice do I have?

Start small and plan your first set of objectives clearly, leaving all the “nice-to-haves” for a later phase. Starting this way will help companies get a sample of the benefits, and get familiar with the tool in general. After the first phase, they may find things that they thought they wanted are not really required or can be achieved in a better, more efficient way in the AEM world. Another useful suggestion is to avoid trying to recreate your current solution using AEM; rather, try to look for new and different ways to achieve the same results that take advantage of AEM’s features.
Owner with 51-200 employees
Vendor
Powerful UI/UX, BPM, Output, WEC, Multi-Devices, Digital Experince/Markeing
Adobe LiveCycle ES4 (http://www.adobe.com/products/livecycle.html) Pros: - Powerful users interface options; Dynamic/Static PDF, Flash, and HTML5 - Mobile Data Capture (virtually all mobile devices) - The most scalable Intelligent e-Forms platform in the market today (good solution for front-ending your e-services) - Great documents processing and assembly capabilities (for billing, statements, stocks reports, etc...) - Integrated security components (digital signature, electronic signature, and rights management) - Integrated DAM and WCM repositories - Desktop, Web, and Mobile workspace - Offline capabilities; PDF intelligent forms and Adobe AIR - Wide range of integration capabilities using standard interface options (FTP, Shared Folders, Web Services, API, SMTP,…
Developer at a tech vendor with 51-200 employees
Vendor
Good Product, but should offer additional choices for input types

Valuable Features:

LiveCycle has a good user interface and has developed an easy way to create fillable .pdf forms. Users can create a variety of field types and user input fields.

Room for Improvement:

Help menu is a bit difficult to navigate. When using a lot of field, the input can lag a bit. Assigning Tab orders, even with auto-assign, can be a bit cumbersome

Other Advice:

Still a good product, however html vendors are creating new products each day to compete.