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Imagetext appointed Adobe Gold Reseller

18 Jul 2013

Becoming one of only four in the country, Imagetext Intergrated IT Solutions is the newest appointed Adobe Gold Reseller for New Zealand.

Well known in creative and design circles, the Auckland-based solutions provider has been servicing the market for 29 years, while always enjoying a close working relationship with Adobe.

As an Adobe Gold Reseller the company gains access to additional resources and training, strengthening its knowledge in the diverse range of Adobe’s offerings including Creative Cloud, Digital Publishing Suite and point products.

It must be noted however that Imagetext has always offered expertise in Adobe products and its licensing programs.

With the introduction of Creative Cloud for teams (CCT), the company has assisted many clients transition to this new program and understand the management and centralised deployment within their organisations.

"The immediate access to new features and updates, convenient access to all the creative tools in one place and ability to try new tools that are not part of the CS6 suite are all highly appealing benefits to clients," says John Preisig, technical director, Imagetext.

"License management and compliance has been challenging for some organisations but under CCT the ease of managing these is now so simple because you assign a license to an individual which can easily be reallocated to accommodate staff movements. The system is also very scalable .

“The anniversary date for the license remain constant and is prorated? for any new entries."

Adding to Preisig's comments, Adobe’s New Zealand Sales director Chris Gray claims the company is pleased with the appointment.

“Adobe is delighted to work with Imagetext as we continue work with our customers to outline the significant benefits available in our Creative Cloud for teams offering," he says.

“Imagetext is a highly skilled and innovative reseller and partnering with them means more customers can access CCT.”

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