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With Creative Cloud for enterprise, you can give your users the very latest versions of every creative app we offer, including Photoshop CC, Acrobat XI, and more. As we release updates, you can release updates. (Although it’s entirely up to you when you do it.) Your users get all the tools they need — and maybe a few new ones to try. You get an easier way to manage it all. Win, win.
We’ve centralized and streamlined the software management process with tools like Creative Cloud Packager. It lets you select specific apps, features, and even installation instructions to create custom packages that you can deploy to your entire organization, select groups, or individuals — all using an interface that is comfortably intuitive.
It doesn’t stop with the purchase. In fact, it never stops. Adobe services and support are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This includes unlimited, one-on-one sessions with Adobe experts who can teach you and your users a new feature or walk you through a problem. Your users also have continuous access to online tutorials and other resources to get them up to speed on all Adobe apps, including the latest updates.
Even if you start with thousands of users and add more throughout the year, you’ll only ever have to manage one contract. You can lock in terms for up to three years for greater predictability, but you’ll always have the flexibility to add or reassign seats as your needs change. And you can scale up without having to go through procurement; we’ll reconcile your numbers annually.
Creative Cloud desktop apps work with our other enterprise offerings — such as Digital Publishing Suite, Adobe Anywhere for video, and Adobe Marketing Cloud, which includes Adobe Experience Manager. They’re all available separately but work together to help work flow throughout your organization.