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Adobe price increase from the 6th of March 2017

By: Chris Jones

Like many US companies doing business globally, Adobe periodically assesses pricing in response to changes in currency exchange rates.  A recent press release by Adobe states,

“Currency exchange rates have fluctuated significantly over the last few years. Like many US-based global companies, Adobe is making pricing adjustments in a number of countries to offset fluctuations in foreign exchange rate. As a result, starting on 6th of March 2017, the price of Adobe products in the United Kingdom will be increased.  We will continue to monitor currency fluctuations and make pricing adjustments as necessary. Adobe will continue to provide world-class products and services at a compelling value for all of our customers.”

So for education customers, new licences purchased under any Adobe subscription agreement will be affected by the price increase from the 6th of March 2017, therefore we recommend that customers act now before the March deadline to secure the best pricing possible.

For more information on Adobe products and how the price update will affect your organisation, why not call us – we are here to help on 01974 200 201 or email sales@pugh.co.uk

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