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Adobe names BizTech Digital Marketing Partner for the second year in a row

24 May 2017

Adobe presented BizTech with the 2017 ANZ Adobe Digital Marketing Partner of the Year Award, recognising the company as the top performing digital marketing partner for Australia and New Zealand for the second year in a row.

Accenture Interactive was recognised as runner-up.

The award ceremony was held at the Adobe Symposium Partners Insiders Event yesterday, which welcomed over 200 attendees from leading-edge digital agencies, system integrators and developers from Adobe’s partner ecosystem across Australia and New Zealand.

BizTech was presented with the award at the exclusive Adobe Symposium Partners Insiders Event, as part of Adobe Symposium taking place in Sydney.

“Adobe empowers Australian and New Zealand-based brands to deliver engaging and personalised digital experiences for their customers,” says Adobe Asia Pacific partner sales director Damon Scarr.

“Our partner ecosystem plays an instrumental role in aligning customer requirements and Adobe technology, while prioritising value for our joint customers.”

Scarr continues, “BizTech is recognised for its excellence in utilising Adobe Experience Cloud to deliver key successes and efficiencies for their clients.”

“BizTech was the first partner in Australia and New Zealand to achieve the highest level Specialisation status for Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Campaign, which fosters innovative solutions designed to benefit our collective customer base.”

“Both BizTech and Accenture Interactive are helping to transform our joint customer experiences from ordinary to extraordinary,” concludes Scarr.

Adobe recognises its Partners across various categories every year, celebrating their achievements, innovation, and dedication to customer success using Adobe technologies.

Adobe powers 91 trillion transactions annually across the globe - more than any other company in the space - for major brands across industry verticals including some of Australia’s biggest financial services, media & entertainment, telecom, retail and travel and hospitality companies.

A record-breaking 2,000 marketing and business leaders will gather for the two-day Adobe Symposium event at the Sydney Opera House to hear from more than 25 industry leading brands including Qantas, Western Sydney University, ANZ Bank and Dell on how exceptional customer experiences are the new competitive differentiator. 

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