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Adobe Buys Digital Marketing Firm Neolane

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Neolane, a cross-channel campaign management technology, headquartered in Paris, France, for approximately $600 million in cash. This most recent acquisition complements other strategic digital marketing acquisitions, beginning with Omniture in 2009 and followed by Day Software (2010), Demdex (2011), Auditude […]


Adobe Buys Digital Marketing Firm Neolane

Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire privately held Neolane, a cross-channel campaign management technology, headquartered in Paris, France, for approximately $600 million in cash. This most recent acquisition complements other strategic digital marketing acquisitions, beginning with Omniture in 2009 and followed by Day Software (2010), Demdex (2011), Auditude […]


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