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From: JakeStraw3/28/2018 9:21:45 AM
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Adobe and NVIDIA Announce Partnership to Deliver New AI Services for Creativity and Digital Experiences
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“Combining NVIDIA's best-in-class AI capabilities with Adobe's leading creative and digital experience solutions, all powered by Sensei, will allow us to deliver higher-performing AI services to customers and developers more quickly,” said Shantanu Narayen, president and CEO, Adobe. “We're excited to partner with NVIDIA to push the boundaries of what's possible in creativity, marketing and exciting new areas like immersive media.”

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From: JakeStraw4/3/2018 3:18:44 PM
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Adobe Systems Seen Bumping Heads With Salesforce.com
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From: JakeStraw4/17/2018 4:01:06 PM
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Adobe acquires voice interface platform Sayspring
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“The way we interact with our devices is at a significant inflection point,” writes Abhay Parasnis, Adobe’s executive vice president and CTO, in today’s announcement. “We’re moving beyond the keyboard and mouse and even our touch screens to using something that is even more natural — our voice — to interact with technology. Voice tech is growing fast, and we strongly believe it must become an integral part of Adobe’s portfolio moving forward. We’re excited to welcome Sayspring to Adobe, and we’re looking forward to putting the technology to work to empower more people to create next-generation voice experiences.”

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To: JakeStraw who wrote (3066)4/17/2018 10:16:17 PM
From: The Ox
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To: JakeStraw who wrote (3054)4/20/2018 8:19:04 AM
From: Tobias Ekman
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The Doc Strange effect.

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From: JakeStraw5/22/2018 8:08:20 AM
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Adobe announced today that it was acquiring Magento for $1.68 billion. The purchase gives Adobe a missing e-commerce platform piece that works in B2B and B2C contexts and should fit nicely in the company’s Experience Cloud.
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From: JakeStraw5/25/2018 2:00:25 PM
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Why Adobe's Move Into E-Commerce Is a Big Deal
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Adobe says the acquisition expands the company's addressable market by $13 billion. Additionally, the tools Magento brings to the table will better allow Adobe to compete with Salesforce, which also offers marketing, sales, and service support for businesses. Salesforce acquired Demandware in 2016 for $2 billion to gain similar functionality to that provided by Magento.

This acquisition also positions Adobe to compete with Shopify (NYSE:SHOP), particularly in the enterprise market served by Shopify Plus. Shopify provides easy-to-use templates for setting up an online store and tools to help customize the shopping experience for customers.

Until now, Magento has primarily focused on small- to medium-sized businesses, but having Coca-Cola in its stable of customers shows the breadth of its offerings. This plugs a gap in Adobe's existing offerings, and the company will now be able to offer insight from the inception of marketing to the close of the purchase.

For Adobe, this deal could be transformative.

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From: JakeStraw6/15/2018 7:46:42 AM
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Adobe Reports Record Revenue
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Adobe achieved record quarterly revenue of $2.20 billion in its second quarter of fiscal year 2018, which represents 24 percent year-over-year revenue growth.
Diluted earnings per share was $1.33 on a GAAP-basis, and $1.66 on a non-GAAP basis.
Digital Media segment revenue was $1.55 billion, with Creative revenue growing to $1.30 billion and Document Cloud achieving record revenue of $243 million, which represents 22 percent year-over-year growth.
Digital Media Annualized Recurring Revenue (“ARR”) grew to $6.06 billion exiting the quarter, a quarter-over-quarter increase of $343 million. Creative ARR grew to $5.37 billion, and Document Cloud ARR grew to $694 million.
Digital Experience segment revenue was $586 million, which represents 18 percent year-over-year growth.
Operating income grew 39 percent and net income grew 77 percent year-over-year on a GAAP-basis; operating income grew 33 percent and net income grew 62 percent year-over-year on a non-GAAP basis.
Cash flow from operations was $976 million, and deferred revenue grew 27 percent year-over-year to approximately $2.63 billion.
Adobe repurchased approximately 2.6 million shares during the quarter, returning $589 million of cash to stockholders.

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From: JakeStraw7/13/2018 12:14:02 PM
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Adobe could bring Photoshop to the iPad
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To: JakeStraw who wrote (3071)8/5/2018 2:24:00 PM
From: dividendstocks
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Seems like nothing can stop this company. It seems expensive, but it's been growing into itself. Breaking its own records over and over, really impressive.

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