Adobe MEA goes Arabic

Adobe is exhibiting the Acrobat 9 family of products at GITEX Technology Week, including Arabic versions that have been localised and developed to meet the unique requirements of the Middle East market.
Adobe MEA goes Arabic
By Administrator
Mon 20 Oct 2008 04:00 AM

Adobe is exhibiting the Acrobat 9 family of products at GITEX Technology Week, including Arabic versions that have been localised and developed to meet the unique requirements of the Middle East market.

Visitors to Adobe's GITEX stand can discover Acrobat 9's enhanced features, including those of the product's Arabic version, developed by Adobe's multilingual publishing partner WinSoft. Stand visitors can meet product specialists, join training sessions and attend demonstrations.

"We are looking forward to receiving positive feedback to the new Adobe product range from GITEX visitors as interest from the Middle East market to the Acrobat product has been strong for many years - our year of year growth in the Middle East is phenomenal," says Andrew Lindstrom, Adobe regional manager, MEA.

"GITEX provides us with a highly effective forum to educate our audiences about our latest product developments, particularly those that have been customised to meet the specific requirements of the Middle East market."

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