Adobe's VIP program dramatically simplifies and improves the customer licensing experience by allowing business, government, and education customers to easily purchase, deploy, and manage their desktop Adobe software through a term-based subscription licensing program. Learn more about VIP for business, government, and education.
The VIP program is available for business/commercial, education, and government organizations worldwide, except for countries where laws or other restrictions prevent Adobe from offering the program.
Call your reseller to enroll.
CLP offers several advantages:
After Adobe processes your online enrollment, your organization is assigned a CLP membership number. You will receive an email containing your membership number and the link to the LWS. Your login ID will be your email address. You will have 30 days after enrolling online to place an initial order through your CLP reseller.
Yes. When you become a CLP member, you gain access to the web-based LWS, through which you can track your order history, run reports, edit your account, and locate your serial numbers. In addition, IT staff and others as designated can be assigned their own unique login to the LWS to easily download and deploy software to users across your organization.
Renewing your membership is easy; simply renew online and select the Returning CLP Membership option.
TLP offers several advantages:
TLP brings the benefits of enterprise-class licensing to smaller volume orders typically placed by consultants, independent designers, creative services agencies, and marketing groups. TLP also provides the benefits of volume licensing to larger organizations whose orders don't meet CLP order thresholds.
When you place a TLP order, you'll receive an email containing confirmation of your order. You'll also receive a link to Adobe's LWS. Your login ID will be your email address. When you log in for the first time, you can create a new password through the Forgot Your Password link.
Yes. When you acquire a license through TLP, you gain access to Adobe's LWS, where you can track your order history, run reports, edit your account, and locate your serial numbers.
When you order Upgrade Plan, you receive notifications when new product versions become available, giving you the peace of mind of knowing when you need to upgrade. You can choose to receive notification via email or through messages within your LWS account
Upgrade Plan pricing is determined as a percentage of volume licensing software purchased under perpetual license.
EEA offers several advantages to primary and secondary schools and higher education institutions:
Yes. When you become an EEA customer, you gain access to the web-based LWS, through which you can track your order history, run reports, edit your account, and locate your serial numbers. In addition, IT staff and other designated members of your educational institution can be assigned their own unique login to the LWS to easily download and deploy Adobe software.
EEA is available to qualifying accredited primary and secondary schools and higher education institutions worldwide.
Based upon the changing market landscape and customer demand, Adobe will begin to phase out the EA program. The last day to enroll in a new EA is March 14, 2014.
No. Current EAs will remain in effect until the agreement expires, and customers who remain current will continue to receive the same levels of maintenance & support.
Yes. The EA program change does not affect the availability of the Acrobat product family through EA. Existing EA customers will be expected to submit their annual deployment report and true-up for any over-deployment of their licenses, and pay for M&S for all covered licenses for the upcoming year.
Adobe is offering all of its Creative Suite editions through the Creative Suite K–12 School Site License program. The program allows a school to install a Creative Suite edition on up to 500 school-owned or school-leased computers regardless of school enrollment size. School Site Licenses also come with DVDs that contain a ready-to-use curriculum, Digital Careers Teaching Resources, video tutorials, and other materials that help educators implement career and technical education programs for design, web, video, interactive, and mobile projects.
Creative Suite K–12 School Site Licenses are available to qualifying accredited K–12 public and nonpublic schools only, located at a single address.
Creative Suite K–12 School Site Licenses can be purchased through TLP or CLP. Find an Adobe Authorized Education Reseller.
Deliverables include software licenses for the respective Creative Suite edition. When purchasing a K–12 School Site License, you will also need to purchase one media kit, which includes a K–12 Site End-User License Agreement (EULA), the Adobe Digital Careers Teaching Resources DVD, and video tutorials.
For more information about Creative Suite K–12 School Site Licenses, visit the AVL for education page.
The Adobe K–12 EA Program is designed to help K–12 schools and districts standardize on Acrobat and Creative Suite software. K–12 EA delivers significant savings and simplified software management over a three-year term.
Adobe has discontinued K–12 EA based on the changing market landscape and customer demand. To meet the additional needs of K–12 organizations, Adobe is now offering the Education Enterprise Agreement (EEA) program. For more information on EEA, contact your Adobe Authorized Education Reseller or Adobe account manager.
Existing K-12 EA agreements will continue per the terms of the original agreement. Please see the
K-12 EA Program Guide for more information.