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Acquity Group Named Business Digital Marketing Partner of the Year by Adobe

Acquity Group recognized for driving consistent license revenue and offering Brand eCommerce® services to clients together with Adobe.

CHICAGO, Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Acquity Group (NYSE AMEX: AQ), a leading global Brand eCommerce® and digital marketing company, announced today it was named Business Digital Marketing Partner of the Year by Adobe Systems Incorporated. This is the second consecutive year that Acquity Group has been recognized at Adobe's annual worldwide sales kick-off.

Adobe's Business Digital Marketing Partner of the Year designation recognizes a company for its outstanding delivery at every level of partnership. Acquity Group has driven millions of dollars in sales and introduced Adobe products to a variety of Fortune 500 companies. Expertise in Adobe® Marketing Cloud, including Adobe® CQ part of Adobe Experience Manager, generated more revenue for Adobe than any other company in the North American partner ecosystem.

"Acquity Group's consistent performance and commitment over the past year has made the company a valuable component in generating quality business for Adobe," said Bill Rusitzky, global vice president, Strategic Alliances, at Adobe. "With the power of Adobe Marketing Cloud solutions and Acquity Group's expertise, our joint customers continue to thrive and increase profitability through digital initiatives."

For more than a decade, Acquity Group and Adobe have maintained a close relationship, supporting B2B and B2C organizations across a variety of industries. Joint clients include Avery Dennison, Alamo, and D&B.

"Our partnership with Adobe allows us to deepen digital service offerings for our clients and keep pace with the evolving digital marketing industry," said Chris Dalton, CEO of Acquity Group. "We are committed to combining our resources and expertise to equip joint clients with the most innovative software and technology for an effective omni-channel presence."

Aside from extensive experience with Adobe Marketing Cloud, Acquity Group has been actively engaged with Adobe CQ for more than a decade.  

About Acquity Group

Acquity Group is a leading global Brand eCommerce® and digital marketing company, creating award-winning digital experiences for global brands. Our multi-disciplinary approach brings together strategy, design, and technology to create unique brand experiences that build firm customer relationships. Acquity Group works with leading brands like Adobe, AT&T, General Motors, Motorola, and Saks Fifth Avenue through offices in North America and Asia. To define a unique perspective for your business, contact Acquity Group at www.acquitygroup.com.

For further information, please contact:

Emily Johnson
Walker Sands Communications
(312) 267 2939
[email protected]

SOURCE Acquity Group Ltd.

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