Few changes in Product Management org in the Adobe Technical Communications group

Tuesday, January 15 2013 @ 12:59 PM, By kverma

Hello Everyone,


First of all, wish you all a happy new year!  I hope that you had a relaxing and peaceful break.

Today, I am pleased to announce that Vikram Verma has joined us as the Product Manager for RoboHelp, Technical Communication Suite and RoboHelp Server. Vikram takes over the product management responsibilities from Ankur Jain, who has moved on to another role within Adobe. From now on, Vikram will be your main point of contact for all your RH and TCS related questions and feedback.

Furthermore, Kapil Verma, who has been managing the FrameMaker product line so far, will be taking on additional responsibility and he will be responsible for product management for the entire Adobe Technical Communications product line, including FrameMaker, Robohelp and Technical Communication Suite. Vikram and Kapil will be working closely together on driving the product management for all the products in our portfolio. Kapil Verma will continue to be your main point of contact for FrameMaker related questions and feedback.

Please join me in wishing Vikram and Kapil all the best in their new roles. They both are quite excited about their new responsibilities and I am sure they both look forward to working on bringing world-class products to the market for Technical Communicators.


Thanks and Regards,

Pawan Goyal

GM Technical Communication Business

  • Categories

  • Archives

  • Authors

  • Useful Links

  • Recent Comments

    • Jeff Coatsworth: Hey Vikram – the link to the helpx article is still resolving as “https://helpx.stage....
    • Sreekanth: Thanks for allowing us to ignore reference images in FrameMaker book. That is a definite time-saver.
    • Joel: Thanks for fixing the links guys!
    • Maxwell Hoffmann: Ted, one aspect of the blog that may have escaped your notice; you can launch the HTML5 version in...
    • Maxwell Hoffmann: Joel, per comments made above, I discovered that the original URLs were incorrect with pointers to...