Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) May 29, 2014
JourneyEd.com, Inc. has built a reputation on providing volume software licensing and educational software for schools. However, the company also has something to offer non-profit organizations. Adobe now offers a new device licensing option, along with existing named-user licenses, which are both part of Adobe’s newly launched Creative Cloud for Education program. Non-profit organizations qualify for these discounted Creative Cloud professional solutions, and JourneyEd.com, Inc. is one of the few companies actively offering Adobe Creative Cloud to nonprofits.
Creative Cloud offers access to all of Adobe’s powerful products, from Photoshop to Flash to Dreamweaver and more. Though “Cloud” is included in the product name, Adobe’s Creative Cloud applications continue to be installed locally on workstation hard drives. This ensures that team members can access all programs even when Internet connectivity is not present
“Our history of being a leading provider of Adobe’ products to schools and also to the nonprofit community for a number of years positions us perfectly to penetrate the market with this new Adobe offering,” said Greg Lamkin.
The new device licensing option for nonprofits’ training environments and computer stations is available under Creative Cloud for education. Adobe’s device licenses are assigned to each computer, rather than each user, so that multiple users can interact with the same application on a single computer. Now staff at nonprofits and the people they serve can get access to the latest creative apps for design, web, video, and photography, all right on their desktop
Creative Cloud for education is available through the Adobe Value Incentive Plan (VIP). VIP is a subscription-based licensing program designed for educational institutions and nonprofits of all sizes. Like all Creative Cloud plans, the VIP comes with ongoing upgrades and maintenance coverage, so nonprofits always have the latest versions of the programs they need. It also includes an admin panel, and can be deployed within a nonprofit even before the licensing purchase is complete.
Nonprofits will find one of the most attractive benefits of migrating to Creative Cloud is the ability to save money. The new VIP has no minimum license purchase requirement. “Nonprofit organizations are just as cost-conscious as schools, so we are pleased to be able to offer them special pricing for Adobe’s VIP program,” Greg Lamkin added.
To learn more about JourneyEd.com, Inc., access to the new Adobe Creative Cloud for education or other educational software or software volume licensing, visit http://www.JourneyEd.com.
About JourneyEd.com, Inc.:
JourneyEd.com Inc. is a leading provider of ecommerce websites, volume license academic software and IT services with over 20 years of service solely dedicated to the K-12 and post-secondary academic markets, as well as non-profit organizations. More information is available at http://www.JourneyEd.com or by calling 1-800-876-3507.