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Adobe Signs Joint Marketing Agreement With SAIC

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

SAN JOSE, Calif.--July 26, 2006-- Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that it has signed a joint marketing agreement with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). Under this agreement, the companies plan to pursue new business opportunities and add value to existing customer implementations with development, training, and distribution of solutions for transforming and extending processes across government and industry. SAIC plans to provide systems integration and consulting services for Adobe LiveCycle J2EE-based enterprise software for automating and streamlining business processes; Macromedia Breeze software for Web conferencing communications and collaboration; Adobe Flex(TM) application development solution for delivering rich Internet applications; and the Adobe Acrobat family for creating, controlling, and delivering more secure, high-quality Adobe PDF documents. The joint solutions can provide government agencies and private industry with a richer, more productive user experience. "Agencies around the world are improving program delivery by putting their customers first," said Eugene Lee, vice president of vertical and solutions marketing at Adobe. "As a result of Adobe's collaboration with SAIC, we intend to make it easier for agencies to collaborate with constituents and agency personnel alike to share knowledge and to provide more efficient, more secure, and easy-to-use electronic processes." "SAIC has successfully delivered solutions to our customers that are helping them be more efficient, and at the same time, assisting in the improvement of service delivery. As a result, our customers have better and more timely information that enables them to make more intelligent decisions," said Larry Cox, SAIC senior vice president and general manager of the Intelligence and Information Solutions Business Unit. "This agreement will enable SAIC business developers, program managers, and division managers to develop new business opportunities and add value for existing customers through the development, training, and distribution of rich internet applications and electronic document services."




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