Today, Adobe and the US Department of Defense announced the award of a Joint Enterprise License Agreement (JELA), providing unparalleled access to Adobe software throughout the Army, Air Force, and Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA).
The agreement, valued at over $40.5 million, symbolizes an historic milestone for a strategic partnership that spans decades. Moreover, it highlights groundbreaking cooperation across DOD branches and departments in order to drive overall organizational value.
By consolidating procurement and diversifying delivery options of Adobe solutions, DOD is effectively shortening implementation cycles for a wide range of mission-critical use cases that require digital content creation or data capture, processing, approvals, and dissemination from any device.
And while DOD realizes significant economies of scale as it invests in the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) platform and Creative Cloud with this JELA, such standardization on these technologies that inherently improve productivity and workflow efficiencies shall deliver measurable operational savings as well, today and long-term.
This JELA significantly boosts Adobe’s efforts to help cost-effectively optimize countless DOD programs, from logistical support to military health. And we proudly look forward to supporting DOD and its global missions for many years to come.
For more details, see the press release.