- Smartsheet, a platform for enterprise achievement, announced the availability of its extension in private beta for Adobe Creative Cloud
Smartsheet — a platform for enterprise achievement — announced the availability of its extension in private beta for Adobe Creative Cloud at Adobe MAX in Los Angeles.
As the fast-moving digital environment requires solutions that streamline execution to meet increased content demands, Smartsheet’s extension will enable teams to implement more agile and effective content processes across a wide range of marketing and creative use cases.
Smartsheet’s extension is going to seamlessly bring content creation and review processes into Adobe Creative Cloud thus eliminating silos so customers can manage workflows from start to finish in one application. And with an extension for Adobe Creative Cloud, users can view and iterate on work items, upload content, and request feedback without having to leave the Adobe applications. Smartsheet plans to release the extension for Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
“Creatives are being asked to produce more content than ever before and collaborating on everything from videos to graphics to PDFs across their organizations,” said Vijay Vachani, senior director and head of platform for ecosystem & adobe Fund for Design. “We’re excited that Smartsheet will soon have integrations with applications like Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.”
With the acquisition of Slope in January, Smartsheet expanded its content management capabilities in the core application. And the company recently announced a suite of powerful solutions that enable organizations to drive greater creativity and effectiveness.
“The combined power of Smartsheet’s collaboration capabilities and Adobe’s leading creative tools gives our customers an intuitive, end-to-end solution allowing them to focus on creating impactful content that drives their business forward,” added Smartsheet Chief Product Officer Gene Farrell.
The new content collaboration features allow Smartsheet users to review, proof, comment, and annotate on a variety of file types, and manage feedback from internal and external stakeholders, all while maintaining version control. And by leveraging these features, Smartsheet released three premium solutions built to solve critical marketing and creative development workflows for marketing shared services, events, and campaign management.
“Reaching new customers with impactful content is paramount for any brand. That means inefficient workflows, slow turnaround time and disjointed collaboration during the production process could have a significant effect,” explained Luan Pham, Chief Revenue and Marketing Officer at Laird Superfood. “Combining Smartsheet’s workflows with Adobe’s creative tools gives us an all-in-one solution to create content without the complexity and the ability to more effectively share our story.”
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