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SAP Interactive Forms enables organizations in any industry to extend the power of SAP and other software to improve customer communications and become more efficient. The tool helps you reach more users – internally and externally – by helping you create online and offline interactive forms in Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF).

Now, we at SAP are conducting an ‘always-on’ online contest to identify the best use of SAP Interactive Forms in areas like Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Logistics, Sales, Customer Service and Support, Human Resources, Finance and IT. To get a better idea of the contest and type of entries, see the forms submitted by previous winners that are showcased in the left panel on the contest landing page.

This is your chance to share your expertise in SAP Interactive Forms with the rest of the world, to help SAP customers streamline their forms-based business processes and extract more value from their SAP investments.

To participate in this contest, simply follow these three steps:
• Click on the ‘Enter to Win’ contest link and read the contest guidelines and rules
• Download and complete the Nomination Form for your entry (multiple entries allowed)
• Submit your entry and receive a confirmation

We look forward to your participation in this contest which will showcase your expertise thus enabling other SAP customers to benefit from your experiences!

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  1. Lien Thach
    My company is about to start on a SAP interactive form project. I’m very much interesting in learning more about it.
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    1. Aldo Velazquez
      Hi Lien, check out my blog, I’ve just started posting about IFbA dialogs and will continue with general IFbA scripting.

      /people/aldo.velazquez2/blog

      Regards, Aldo.

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  2. Aldo Velazquez
    Hi Satish,
        I have a couple of forms to present, but I’ve done them in spanish. Do I have to send them in english or can I do it in spanish?

    Regards, Aldo.

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