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Adobe enterprise team makes NZ hire

11 Sep 2013

Adobe has appointed Andrew Cashmore to the role of Enterprise Business Development Manager in New Zealand.

Cashmore will focus on growing market share for Adobe’s Digital Media business, which includes Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Acrobat and the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.

Adobe says Cashmore brings many years of management, sales and customer service experience to the role, having worked in a number of large technology companies including Symantec, Oracle and IBM.

“Adobe’s business in New Zealand is growing significantly and Andrew’s appointment ensures we are able to continue to provide a deeper focus on our enterprise customers," says Paul Robson, MD, Adobe ANZ.

On his new role Cashmore says: “I’m looking forward to working closely with existing and new clients in New Zealand to help them see the possibilities that Adobe’s solutions can bring to their business.”

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