The company has attributed this to exceptional year-over-year growth of 62 per cent in the ePaper business, Adobe's key focus area, at the upcoming Gitex Dubai 2003, the premier IT exhibition in the Middle East, will be held at Dubai World Trade Centre from 19 to 23 October.
To strengthen its leadership in the ePaper business, Adobe will be holding a series of seminars, over two days, at Gitex Dubai 2003. While two of the seminars, "Creative Software from Adobe" and "Adobe Intelligent Document Solutions", will highlight recent software innovations, the third seminar, entitled "How software compliance can help your business," will focus on the benefits of using original software, instead of the pirated versions which are flooding the IT markets.
The seminars are open to IT and multi-media professionals who wish to get themselves updated on the latest innovations in publication software.
"Adobe would like to use its participation at Gitex to showcase the latest range of innovative publication software solutions," said Ibrahim Lahoud, Middle East Regional Manager, Adobe Systems Europe."
"At the same time, as a world-leader in the development of creative software, we would like to address the issue of software piracy. Software piracy ultimately stifles innovation. The cost of combating software piracy, and the resultant lost revenues, could be spent on research and development that will ultimately benefit users.
This step is expected to create around 12,000 jobs annually for UAE nationals in 2024 and 2025
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