Adobe Names Datalogics as Key Channel Partner of The Adobe PDF Library
Press release from the issuing company
CHICAGO--April 4, 2003-- Datalogics, Incorporated announced today an agreement with Adobe Systems, Incorporated in which Datalogics is now the key channel partner for the Adobe PDF Library. Datalogics now assumes responsibility for licensing, maintenance, and customer support for the Adobe PDF Library on all available platforms.
"We are very excited about this agreement," stated Kevin McNeill, VP Sales and Marketing, Datalogics. "Adobe's selection of Datalogics as a strategic partner and distributor for the PDF Library is a validation of our relationship. The Adobe PDF Library is the toolkit of choice for PDF creation, manipulation, display, and printing within custom applications. We ourselves have used it to PDF-enable our own publishing and composition products. We look forward to leveraging our expertise in the print and publishing arenas to offer a premier service and support experience for Adobe PDF Library customers."
"We are excited to extend our relationship with Datalogics as a reseller to deliver customer support and consulting services to the Adobe PDF developer community," said Rick Bess, Director of Product Management, ePaper Business Unit, Adobe. "Datalogics has long been a great partner for Adobe, selecting Datalogics as a channel partner for the Adobe PDF Library was a natural fit."
The Adobe PDF Library Support Department at Datalogics has been working with the Library for over five years building experience with the software development toolkit. Their expertise has provided support to some of the largest corporations in the world. Mark Andrew Stephens, Advisory Software Engineer, IBM Software Solutions Division offered, "Datalogics has provided us with the best overall support for our PDF needs as well as they supported our product on all platforms including z/OS and I-Series. Since our product is an archival and retrieval product for legal documentation we chose Datalogics and Adobe as they are the standard in the industry and our customers expect the best. I really enjoy working with Datalogics, the people there are top notch, and we work very well together."
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