Update from Adobe Summit: Introducing New Adobe Experience Manager

By John Landwehr

This week, I’m out in Salt Lake City for the annual Adobe Summit, meeting with partners, employees and debuting the latest and greatest in Adobe solutions.

Today, we announced the yearly release of Adobe Experience Manager, which we expect to be available by the end of May 2015. It has significant advances that will continue to help organizations conquer complexity so they can deliver connected digital experiences across the customer journey from online to physical interactions.

The most exciting part of this AEM iteration is the rollout of Adobe Experience Manager Screens. For our Public Sector customers, Experience Manager Screens will improve the way public sector organizations connect with employees and engage citizens online. Experience Manager Screens unlocks the ability to reach citizens at home, on-the-go, and wherever digital content proliferates.

Beyond Adobe Experience Manager Screens, we’re delivering key innovations across Adobe Experience Manager to help enterprises in four key vectors.

  1. Building experiences for the web, mobile, and Internet of Things world with a solution that is simple, yet powerful
  2. Unleashing creativity in digital experiences
  3. Speeding time-to-market with new cloud options
  4. Ending the debate on best-of-breed versus platform for personalization and analytics

These key innovations will help our Public Sector customers continue to communicate more efficiently and effectively with citizens and employees.

For more information about the latest Adobe Experience Manager, visit here.

Stay tuned for more updates from Adobe Summit this week!