SAN JOSE, Calif.--May 27, 2004-- Adobe Systems Incorporated today announced the Adobe Creative Suite is the recipient of the prominent Software & Information Industry Association's (SIIA) 19th Annual Codie Award for Best Productivity Software or Service. Adobe also received the Codie 2004 Corporate Achievement Award which is awarded to a business or corporation that enhances the development and embodies the vision of the software and information industry.
"With its numerous accolades and awards, this has been a defining year for the Adobe Creative Suite," said Jim Heeger, senior vice president of Creative Professional products at Adobe. "Adobe's strategy with Creative Suite is to deliver a truly remarkable design platform that enables creative professionals to unleash their creativity and we are honored to receive such a distinguished award from the Software & Information Industry Association."
"This year, Adobe has once again shown the strength of their products and their influence in the industry," said Ken Wasch, President of SIIA. "Year after year, Adobe has earned the praise of its peers. SIIA congratulates Adobe on their two 2004 Codie Awards wins."
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