Adobe Tech Comm products continue to be available via CLP/TLP

Thursday, April 17 2014 @ 11:27 AM, By kverma

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are well. Some of you may have heard about the recent change with Creative Suite 6 being discontinued via CLP/TLP programs for commercial and government (excl. China and Japan government). Cumulative and Transnational Licensing programs (CLP/TLP) two of the volume licensing options available for our customers. For more information, please refer to this link.

The question that may have come up in many people’s mind is what does it mean for other Adobe products especially Technical Communication products? I wanted to let all of you know that Adobe’s Technical Communication line of products continue to be available through licensing programs such as CLP/TLP channels and there is no change here. Our customers can purchase all Technical Communication products including FrameMaker, RoboHelp, Technical Communication Suite, and FrameMaker XML Author through both Subscription as well as Perpetual licensing (through and TLP/CLP) worldwide. For more information on the licensing options and the prices, please visit the product websites.

We hope that you find this information useful. It is our desire to continue offering great products to our customers with licensing options to choose from, and we look forward to continuing to serve your needs in the future.

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Kapil Verma

Sr. Product Manager – Adobe Technical Communication line of products

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