DEFENSE DEPARTMENT

CDW-G signs $40.5M licensing agreement with DOD for Adobe software

CDW-G has won a $40.5 million joint enterprise licensing agreement with the Defense Department to expand access to Adobe software.

The agreement will have CDW-G providing Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe Acrobat, and Adobe Experience Manager to the Army, Air Force, and DISA.

Adobe and CDW-G worked with Carahsoft in order to land this agreement.

The Defense Department plans on unifying forms creation, enhancing forms processing with digital data capture, and allow personnel to use mobile devices to submit requests at any time, from any location, Adobe said in a release.

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