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  • Adobe Teams With asknet to Deliver Software to Students

    Adobe Teams With asknet to Deliver Software to Students

    Adobe has selected Karlsruhe-based company asknet AGas the service provider to supply and distribute downloadsto students and university staff. The partnership will allow them to quickly download Adobe software from a university’s online shop at a reduced rate. Following Adobe’s great success with this sales model in the United States, the U.S. software company is expanding this sales channel internationally by partnering with asknet AG as its technology and fulfillment partner for the German-speaking region.
    Using the download depot developed by asknet, Adobe enables research and teaching institutions to offer attractive download versions of its software to their students and university staff, which can be purchased directly from a university’s branded online shop. The ordering process is very simple for authorized users: They log on to the shop using their digital identity – ensuring that only people who have been approved can access Adobe offerings at the most competitive price. Once logged on, the user can order the software in the corresponding online shop, download, and then activate it. The licenses are provided by and billed via the university’s trading partner.
    To date, students have only been able to purchase the popular Adobe tools in a box. As the digital fulfillment service provider, asknet makes it possible to deliver the Adobe products in a downloadable format. In addition to executing the delivery, asknet is also responsible for managing and distributing license keys from Adobe. asknet has developed a standard interface that directly ties the asknet download depot to an institution’s shop to make this capability available. asknet also validates digital identities and proofs of enrollment for external portals as required.
    “We are pleased that we can now offer students cost-effective downloads of our creative software,” said Rainer Siebert, Adobe’s Sales Manager Education Central Europe. “asknet’s technology delivers exactly what we have been looking for: a way of distributing downloads via university online portals in cooperation with our trading partners. asknet has proven to be a reliable and competent partner in this field.”
    Dr. Dietmar Waudig, Co-CEO of asknet AG, is pleased about the partnership with Adobe: “Adobe asking us to be their digital fulfillment service provider confirms our position as a leading electronic software distributor. The download depot enables Adobe to explore new and innovative sales channels. At the same time, we are ensuring that Adobe’s authorization concept is being implemented and only approved customers can purchase discounted Adobe licenses.”
    The implementation of the download depot on university portals will be effective immediately, beginning with universities in Berlin, W├╝rzburg, and Zurich. Other universities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland will follow in the coming months.
    About Adobe Systems Incorporated
    Adobe is changing the world through digital experiences. For more information, visit http://www.adobe.com.
    About asknet
    asknet offers its clients customized outsourcing solutions for global software sales via the Internet. Founded in 1995 as a spin-off of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT, formerly the University of Karlsruhe), the company has become a leading independent global provider for electronic software distribution. In addition to its fully integrated shop solutions for software publishers, the company develops and maintains portals for software distribution such as softwarehouse.de, one of Europe's largest platform for downloads of standard software. In 2010, asknet posted sales of approximately EUR 72.7 million. asknet’s clients include numerous providers of specialty software such as F-Secure, IS3, Nero, NetObjects, Norman, and Panda Security. The company also supplies software products to around eighty percent of German universities. For more information, visit http://www.asknet.com.
  • Browsers Beat Out Apps for M-Commerce

    Browsers Beat Out Apps for M-Commerce

    Apps aren’t always the answer to engaging with consumers on mobile devices—especially when it comes to m-commerce. According to research from rich media company Zmags, very few Americans prefer to use mobile apps for shopping activities. Instead, consumers strongly prefer purchasing through web and mobile browsers.
    When Zmags surveyed US consumers who owned a PC or laptop computer about their shopping methods, 87% said they preferred using websites and mobile sites, compared to 14% who most liked shopping from websites via smartphone and just 4% who preferred to shop using mobile or tablet apps.

    Preferred Shopping Methods According to US Consumers*, Nov 2011 (% of respondents)

    Although smartphone and tablet owners display a preference for browser-based mobile purchases, a significant number of US retailers have created mobile apps that enable commerce activities. Survey data from mobile-shopping company AisleBuyer showed in December 2011 that 19% of US retailers had a mobile app to connects consumers to their ecommerce site.

    US Retailers that Have an M-Commerce App, Dec 2011 (% of respondents)

    Retail apps may be of greater value to smartphone users, for whom the browsing experience is more limited in nature. There’s also opportunity for tablet commerce apps to provide a more catalog-style approach, giving users more interactive features.
    Meanwhile, the tablet commerce category as a whole is growing significantly. According to Zmags, during the 2011 holiday shopping season, 87% of tablet owners used their device for shopping. Not only do users report better buying experiences than with smartphones, but tablet owners are using their devices frequently for m-commerce. According to Zmags, half of tablet owners are using tablets for shopping on at least a weekly basis.

    Frequency with Which US Tablet Owners Use Their Tablets to Shop, Nov 2011 (% of total)

    eMarketer projects that m-commerce sales will grow more than fourfold over the next few years, from $6.7 billion in 2011 to $31 billion in 2015. If consumers continue to prefer browsers over mobile apps for shopping, retailers should consider investing more in mobile-optimized ecommerce sites. Moreover, marketers should consider designing engaging, tablet-specific ecommerce experiences for tablet users.
  • AVG Technologies Files For $125 Million Initial Offer

    AVG Technologies Files For $125 Million Initial Offer

    AVG Technologies, an Amsterdam-based security software company, has filed with the SEC for a $125 million initial public offering.
    The company reports that it has 106 million users for its software, which includes Internet security, PC performance optimization, online backup, mobile security, identity protection and family safety software.
    For the 9 months ended September 30, the company had revenue of $198.1 million, up from $159.8 million in the comparable period a year ago. Net income available to ordinary shareholders was $66.8 million for the period, up from $31.8 million in the same period a year ago.
    The largest investors in the company include PEF V Information Technology 2, an affiliate of Polish Enterprise Fund, with a 33.8% stake; Grisoft Holdings, with 19.4%, Intel Capital with 15.4%; and an affiliate of TA Associates, with 31.8%.
  • Corel(R) Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Roxio(R) Business from Rovi Corporation

    Corel(R) Signs Definitive Agreement to Acquire Roxio(R) Business from Rovi Corporation

    CES, LAS VEGAS, Jan 12, 2012 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) -- Corel(R) today announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Roxio(R) product line from Rovi Corporation. With this deal, Corel will expand its product portfolio to include Roxio's broad range of digital media and security solutions. The acquisition includes Roxio(R) Creator(R), the industry's most popular digital media suite and Roxio(R) Toast(R), the leading optical burning software on the Mac(R) platform. The deal is expected to close in February. Financial details of the agreement were not disclosed.
    There are both technology and business advantages to this acquisition. From a technology perspective, Corel will draw upon the complementary video, photo, audio, and disc burning technologies found in both Roxio and Corel software to deliver even more capabilities to users and further enhance the customer experience offered across Corel's product portfolio.
    From a business perspective, Corel will take advantage of its well-established global infrastructure to dramatically broaden distribution of Roxio products into new international markets. Moreover, the company sees significant opportunities in combining the strengths of Corel's and Roxio's established retail and direct sales channels, OEM relationships, and large customer bases.
    "We're excited about this deal for a number of reasons, most notably the fact that upon completion of the acquisition, we will be able to offer our customers a wider range of products, both in our digital media and WinZip product lines," said Shawn Cadeau, Senior Vice President, Global Marketing at Corel. "Roxio has a large install base, with over 350 million units sold worldwide, and our products are offered through similar channels spanning retail, direct, OEM and enterprise sales. On the digital media side, we will have a full blown multimedia suite and a new offering on the Mac platform. For WinZip, we will be able to further expand our suite of tools, with new data protection and security software."
    Acquired Roxio Titles Further Expand Corel's Product Portfolio
    Upon completion of the acquisition, Corel will own the Roxio product line, including the following well-known titles:
    --  Roxio Creator - Software to enhance, preserve, capture and share your
                digital media
            --  Roxio Toast - The ultimate multi-media toolkit for your Mac
            --  Roxio(R) Game Capture - Software to record your PC and console game play
            --  Roxio(R) Easy VHS to DVD - Preserve irreplaceable memories by
                transferring them to DVD
            --  Roxio(R) CinePlayer(R) DVD Decoder - Watch your favorite DVDs on Windows
                Media Player
            --  Roxio(R) BackOnTrack(TM) Suite - Complete media protection solution that
                automatically keeps your memories safe and protects your PC from both
                hardware and software disasters
            --  Roxio(R) Secure - Powerful encryption for optical media and USB flash
    Added Mr. Cadeau: "Roxio is a great fit for Corel. By combining the best of Corel's and Roxio's technologies, we can provide even more value to customers. In addition, by leveraging Corel's global sales and distribution platform, we will be able to put the Roxio product line into the hands of many more customers around the world. We are looking forward to welcoming Roxio's employees and customers to Corel as we continue to develop high-quality products that are recognized as leaders in the industry."
    For more information on Corel, please visit www.corel.com . For more details on the Roxio product line, please visit www.roxio.com .
    About Corel
    Corel is one of the world's top software companies with more than 100 million active users in over 75 countries. We develop software that helps people express their ideas and share their stories in more exciting, creative and persuasive ways. Through the years, we've built a reputation for delivering innovative, trusted products that are easy to learn and use, helping people achieve new levels of productivity. The industry has responded with hundreds of awards for software innovation, design and value.
    Our award winning product portfolio includes some of the world's most widely recognized and popular software brands, including CorelDRAW(R) Graphics Suite, Corel(R) Painter(TM), Corel(R) PaintShop(TM) Pro, Corel(R) VideoStudio(R), Corel(R) WinDVD(R), Corel(R) WordPerfect(R) Office and WinZip(R).
    Copyright 2012 Corel Corporation. All rights reserved. Corel, the Corel logo, the Corel Balloon logo, CorelDRAW, Painter, PaintShop Photo, VideoStudio, WordPerfect, WinDVD and WinZip are trademarks or registered trademarks of Corel Corporation in Canada, the United States and other Countries. All other product names and any registered and unregistered trademarks mentioned are used for identification purposes only and remain the exclusive property of their respective owners.
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  • Mobile Video Provides Biggest Growth for Ad Support

    Mobile Video Provides Biggest Growth for Ad Support

    Ad-supported mobile content revenues will exceed $1 billion by 2015, eMarketer estimates, with the fastest growth coming from ad support for mobile video.
    Last year, US mobile video revenues from advertising reached just $37.5 million, but by 2015, advertisers will spend $213.6 million on placements that support mobile video content. Despite such rapid growth, that figure will still be lower than the amounts spent on advertising against mobile games and mobile music, at $65.3 million and $181.4 million, respectively, in 2011 and rising to $269.1 million and $591.5 million, respectively, by 2015.
    That year, eMarketer estimates, 29.9% of all mobile content revenues, or $1.07 billion, will come from advertising.

    US Ad-Supported Mobile Content Revenue Growth, by Segment, 2010-2015 (% change)

    Ad support as a share of total mobile content revenues will grow for each of the three content types over the forecast period. Currently, mobile music has the greatest share of dollars coming from ads, and it will hold that position, with ad dollars making up 73.9% of the total in 2011 and 79.3% by 2015.
    But the fast growth of mobile video ad revenues will mean much more substantial changes in revenue composition. While ad dollars made up just 5.4% of mobile video revenues in 2011, by 2015 that figure will more than triple, to 16.5%.

    Ad-Supported Share of US Mobile Content Revenues, by Segment, 2011-2015 (% of total in each segment)

    Mobile gaming ad revenues will also rise as a proportion of the total, albeit more slowly, from 13.8% in 2011 to 17.4% by 2015.
    eMarketer forms its estimates of mobile content spending through a meta-analysis of data from dozens of research sources as well as overall trends and consumer behaviors around mobile gaming, music and video.

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