Number of Adobe Acrobat DC licences
Dear Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council,
As part of my research project could you please inform me if you use the Adobe Acrobat PDF editing software within the council, and if so how many licences do you subscribe to and what is your annual spend on this software.
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Total Number of Adobe Acrobat editing licences: 338
Total Cost Approx £46,000
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