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Kiwis embrace Adobe Creative Cloud

08 Jul 2013

Adobe has revealed that a major update to Creative Cloud is now available in New Zealand, with the company claiming sales are going well.

Launched across the country last month, Adobe Creative Cloud is growing in popularity according to Adobe's managing director ANZ Paul Robson.

“Since we launched Creative Cloud in New Zealand in April last year it has been enormously popular with our customers,” he said.

“With Creative Cloud, publishing finished work has never been easier, thanks to enhanced services that build and power websites, access to high-impact publishing solutions, and the ability to publish personalised portfolios on Behance."

Following news in June that a torrent of the software was uploaded online, at the time Adobe claimed as many as 700,000 subscribers had signed up to Creative Cloud.

After betting the company on its subscription-based ‘cloud’ offering back in May, Adobe is hoping to recruit 1.25 million subscribers by the end of year.

Speaking to The Channel's editor Heather Wright in May, the company's ANZ channel chief Steve Martin spoke at length about the new Creative Cloud for Teams offering - click here to read more.

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