In pictures: Adobe tips hat to best APAC partners

Jul 23, 2012
Adobe's annual APAC partner conference, held last week in Thailand, recognised those partners with stand-out performances for the past year.
<p>"The channel is the life-blood of the Adobe business," said Paul Robson, Adobe's A/NZ managing director. "We look forward to our investment in mindshare, activity and programs to help drive this market and consolidate these successful partnerships."</p>
<p>Software provider Zallcom scored the nod for Acrobat partner of the year.</p>  
 
Adobe's annual APAC partner conference, held last week in Thailand, recognised those partners with stand-out performances for the past year.

"The channel is the life-blood of the Adobe business," said Paul Robson, Adobe's A/NZ managing director. "We look forward to our investment in mindshare, activity and programs to help drive this market and consolidate these successful partnerships."

Software provider Zallcom scored the nod for Acrobat partner of the year.

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