Adobe Systems is providing the Middle East's design industry with a new version of its creative suite.
The leading technology manufacturer has selected GITEX Technology Week to promote its new Adobe Creative Suite 4.
"GITEX is the perfect opportunity for Adobe to emphasise our commitment to the Middle East market by introducing innovative and Arabic-enables products as well as developing applications that deliver proven business benefits," says Jacob Alex, Middle East channel manger, Adobe.
The product, which boasts several new innovative features, will be the company's biggest software release to date and includes updated versions of all previous programmes. Using flash technology, the new master suite encompasses all the recent design applications, technologies and services into a single box.
"Our products have an enormous market share- more than 90% of creative professionals use our tools. The adoption of this programme in the Middle East is no different, it will definitely be popular," says Andrew Lindstrom, Adobe's regional manager for the Middle East.
"We've seen very fast growth in the region over the past five years and we expect this situation to continue in the future," he adds.
Adobe will also hold seminars during GITEX on CS4, and Acrobat 9, which will cover topics such as print video and web enterprise.For all the latest tech news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.
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