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Renaissance gets gold from Adobe

05 Nov 2009

The company has been appointed as an Adobe Gold Channel Partner.

As an Adobe Gold Partner, Renaissance will gain access to additional resources and support from Adobe specialists, which the company says will allow it to deliver a much higher level of service and training to customers in New Zealand.

Sales Director for Adobe New Zealand Chris Gray said: “Given the scope and diversity of Adobe’s offerings and the range of companies within the Renaissance Group, this new partnership will greatly enhance our ability to deliver to all our New Zealand customers.”

Rennaisance Corporation Managing Director Paul Johnston said: “We have a long association with Adobe and our appointment as a Gold Channel Partner is a significant step forward for the Renaissance Group.”

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