Adobe to unveil Creative Suite 4 line
Dubai, October 15, 2008
Adobe Systems will launch its Creative Suite 4 family to Middle East users at Gitex Technology Week 2008.
The milestone release of the industry-leading design and development software for virtually every creative workflow delivers radical breakthroughs that increase ease of collaboration between designers and developers across the region, according to a statement.
The new product line advances the creative process across print, web, mobile, interactive, film and video production and includes Adobe Creative Suite 4 Design editions, Creative Suite 4 Web editions, Creative Suite 4 Production Premium, Adobe Master Collection, as well as 13 point products, 14 integrated technologies and seven services.
“With the remarkable growth of the design and creative sectors across the region, Creative Suite 4’s cross media technologies give designers and developers in the Middle East even better ability to create memorable experiences in print, online and via mobile handsets,” said Andrew Lindstrom, Adobe regional manager, MEA and MED.
“Gitex is the perfect opportunity for Adobe to emphasise our commitment to the Middle East market by introducing innovative and Arabic-enabled products as well as developing applications that deliver proven business benefits,” said Jacob Alex, Adobe’s Middle East channel manager.
“This year, not only are we highlighting CS4 family but we are also demonstrating Acrobat 9’s enhanced features, including those of the product’s Arabic version.”
During Gitex, Adobe will be running seminars on CS4, Acrobat 9 and LiveCycle products in two purpose-built theatres at their stand.-TradeArabia News Service
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