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Renaissance secures Gold with Adobe

Renaissance secures Gold with Adobe

Renaissance has a been appointed an Adobe Gold channel partner, and expects to offer a higher level of service and training to local Adobe customers as a result.

Under the agreement, Renaissance says it will have access to more resources and support from Adobe specialists.

Adobe sales director Chris Gray says Renaissance’s appointment to the channel programme is an example of its commitment to the New Zealand market.

Gray says it is a challenge for Adobe to educate the market on the scope of its software offerings.

“This new partnership will greatly enhance our ability to deliver to all our New Zealand customers, regardless of whether they are in the business, education or consumer markets,” says Gray.

Renaissance managing director Paul Johnston says its appointment as a Gold partner is a “significant step forward” in its long association with Adobe.

“Technology should be creative and inspirational as well as useful we believe that is what is on offer with this partnership,” Johnston says.


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