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Adobe and Microsoft partner to transform the future of work

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Today we are excited to announce the next step in our partnership with Microsoft to reinvent the future of work. Together, we’re exploring new ways to meet our joint customers where they’re at in order to help employees and businesses thrive in an ever-changing hybrid world.

As we enter a new chapter — the biggest transformation in how we work since World War II — it is critical to give employees modern tools to collaborate seamlessly, no matter where the team is or what device they are using. In this new environment, where documents are the currency of business, businesses must adapt to deliver against customer and employee demand for digital-first everything. We’re really excited about finding unique ways to further integrate Adobe and Microsoft’s core productivity tools to unlock endless possibilities that come with the burdens of ineffective collaboration in the modern workplace.

Ashley Still, senior vice president and general manager of Digital Media at Adobe, said, “I am thrilled to deepen our partnership with Microsoft to reimagine a modern, secure, and connected workplace that helps employees thrive,” “These deep product integrations allow people to do their best work by connecting the apps they use daily — from negotiating and signing a contract from within Microsoft Teams, Outlook or SharePoint, review PDFs on a mobile device with Liquid Mode in Microsoft Edge and more.”

Jared Spataro, corporate vice president, Microsoft, said “Our deeper collaboration has never been more important as companies become digital-first workplaces and pioneer new ways of working,” “We’re expanding our partnership with Adobe to solve the productivity paradox and make digital work and life as creative, collaborative, and efficient as possible. Millions of joint Adobe and Microsoft customers will have easy access to the best digital document experiences wherever they are, changing the game for modern productivity and the future of work.”

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