Adobe Process Management Software Honored as Product of the Year by Transform Magazine
Press release from the issuing company
SAN JOSE, Calif.--Jan. 12, 2004-- Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced that Transform Magazine has honored Adobe process management software as one of its 2003 Products of the Year. Adobe Intelligent Document Platform products, including the Acrobat 6.0 product line, Document Server for Reader Extensions, and XML/PDF form designer were awarded first place in the publication's electronic forms category, beating out Microsoft InfoPath.
Transform Product of the Year winners were selected by the publication's editorial staff, leading industry analysts and consultants "for innovations and advances in technology, outstanding value and proven market success." In describing its choice of Adobe in the electronic forms category, Transform called the company's technology "useful for any organization."
"With only 24 finalists among the many content and collaboration technologies we cover, the Product of the Year 2003 winners are true standouts chosen from among an already select group of deserving products," said Doug Henschen, editor-in-chief of Transform.
"This honor, from a well respected publication like Transform, is further acknowledgment of Adobe's growing momentum in the enterprise platform software business, as well as our commitment to drive technology innovation in content and process management," said Ivan Koon, senior vice president, Intelligent Documents Business Unit. "We'll continue to deliver even greater value to our customers as the Adobe Intelligent Document Platform evolves in 2004."
Transform awarded 2003 Product of the Year honors in nine categories. Winners were chosen from a field of 24 finalists. Complete coverage of the Transform 2003 Products of the Year is available at http://www.transformmag.com/.
For more information on the Adobe Intelligent Document Platform, please visit http://www.adobe.com/products/server/main.html.
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