SAIC, Adobe in accord

Adobe Systems and Science Applications International Corp. have signed a marketing agreement to jointly pursue new business opportunities in the government and commercial sectors.

Larry Cox, senior vice president and general manager of SAIC’s Intelligence and Information Solutions business unit, said the agreement will enable SAIC business developers and program managers to find new business opportunities, Internet applications and electronic document services, according to a joint statement.

SAIC will offer systems integration and consulting services using Adobe’s LiveCycle J2EE-based enterprise software to automate and streamline business processes. The company will also offer Adobe’s Macromedia Breeze software for Web conferencing, Adobe Flex for Internet applications and Adobe Acrobat for secure PDF documents.

“We intend to make it easier for agencies to collaborate with constituents and agency personnel alike to share knowledge and to provide more efficient, more secure, and easy-to-use electronic processes,” said Eugene Lee, vice president of vertical and solutions marketing at Adobe.

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