Adobe Systems has bought catalogue publishing specialist Digidox to extend its Acrobat business.
Digidox develops catalogues in print, CD-Rom and online versions using Adobe?s Acrobat and Portable Document Format. Adobe did not reveal how much it paid for the Michigan-based company, which was founded in 1994 and employs 40 staff.
Digidox will become an Adobe division. John Warnock, chairman and CEO of Adobe, said the buy allows his company to add to its publishing solutions and is the best way to bring Digidox? ideas to market. Scott Kammeraad, Digidox' founder, said his company will be better placed to cope with rising demand as part of Adobe than as a standalone firm.
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