Yes, that’s right: We won!
Acrobat X has taken the CODiE award for Best Content Management Solution, a prize granted by the SIIA (Software and Information Industry Association) each year. We were also awarded the prize for the “Supercategory” Best Information Management Solution.
Now in their 26th year, the CODiE Awards are sponsored by the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), the principal trade association for the software and digital content industry; they are the industry’s only peer-reviewed awards program. For more information and a complete list of categories and winners, please visit www.siia.net/codies/2011
It was such a pleasant surprise to be chosen and distinguished in a field full of accomplished and exciting software products. The team here at Adobe extends its gratitude to all of you, our loyal users and customers, for your continuing support of Acrobat, and for all that each one of you has done to help us make the best product available in its field. These awards are really for you – all of our fans.
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Featuring music by Acrobat.com’s own Dave Owczarek, systems engineer and guitarist for the Buzzword Blues Band.
The following comes from Acrobat.com’s Product Marketing Manager, Todd Gerber. Thanks, Todd, for this great story!
In a recent conversation with Ian Marshman, founder of Tourism Strategies, we learned how difficult it can be to market exotic travel destinations across the South Pacific and Australia, and how the company is using Adobe Acrobat.com to overcome many of those challenges.
Marshman explained how Tourism Strategies uses Acrobat.com to share documents with travel agencies scattered in urban and remote locations—regardless of local bandwidth—and accelerate the design, review, and delivery of brochures. The consultancy can distribute these documents more reliably and solicit feedback from travel partners much more conveniently than with size-restricted email servers or with costly and cumbersome physical mailings.
Also, Tourism Strategies has expanded its service offerings with Acrobat.com by delivering electronic diaries to student travelers to enhance experience on educational excursions. The electronic documents—complete with itineraries, assignments, and activities—can be shared both with the students and their parents.
To learn more about how Tourism Strategies is using Acrobat.com, visit: http://adobe.ly/eIt3ms
Todd Gerber, Group Product Marketing Manager, Acrobat.com Solutions