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Big changes for Creative Suite Licensing [Adobe]

Client Computing | Posted on November 10, 2011 by Danielle Williams

It used to be that you could upgrade your Adobe Creative Suite software from three versions back. So if you had Adobe CS2, you could get Adobe CS5 for the cost of an upgrade, which is a lot less than the full license.

This is going to change.

When Creative Suite 6 rolls out, only organizations with CS5 or higher will be eligible for upgrade pricing, all other versions will require new CS6 licenses.

If you’re organization has earlier versions of Creative Suite, there’s a way to save money and enjoy the benefits of having the most up-to-date version.

Right now Adobe and Softchoice are offering a discount on CS5.5 upgrades from versions as early as CS2 until December 31, 2011. Upgrading now will entitle your organization to upgrade pricing when Creative Suite 6 is released. It will save you 60% off the cost of buying new licenses in the future.

And to save you a ton of headaches, we can help with licensing. Contact us at adobe@softchoice.com for more information. And if you’re organization is fully outfitted with Adobe be check out the benefits and savings you can enjoy with an Adobe Enterprise Agreement and the new Acrobat X.

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