Adobe and Microsoft partner to connect Adobe Experience Cloud workflows and insights with Microsoft Copilot to deliver generative-AI powered capabilities that enable marketers to increase collaboration, efficiency and creativity.

SAN JOSE, Calif. and REDMOND, Wash. — Today at Adobe Summit – the world’s largest digital experience conference – Adobe (Nasdaq:ADBE) and Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) announced plans to bring Adobe Experience Cloud workflows and insights to Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 to help marketers overcome application and data silos and more efficiently manage everyday workflows. These new integrated capabilities will bring relevant marketing insights and workflows from Adobe Experience Cloud applications and Microsoft Dynamics 365 to Microsoft Copilot, assisting marketers as they work in tools such as Outlook, Microsoft Teams and Word to develop creative briefs, create content, manage content approvals, deliver experiences and more.

“The demand for personalized content across social media, mobile and other fast-moving channels has been exploding, pushing marketers to drive greater efficiency and productivity in their everyday work,” said Amit Ahuja, senior vice president, Digital Experience Business at Adobe. “Marketers spend a great deal of their day working across Adobe and Microsoft applications, and the partnership provides a unique offering for marketing teams, streamlining daily tasks across planning, collaboration and campaign execution.”

“Microsoft and Adobe share a common goal of empowering marketers to focus on the work that’s most important – creating impactful campaigns and enhancing customer experiences,” said Jared Spataro, corporate vice president, AI at Work, Microsoft. “By integrating contextual marketing insights from Adobe Experience Cloud applications and Dynamics 365 within the flow of work through Copilot for Microsoft 365, we deliver on our shared goal while helping marketers streamline their efforts, break down barriers and deliver exceptional results.”

The marketing discipline is complex and made up of specialized roles which require a variety of tools – from designing brand content and managing campaigns, to tracking audience insights across channels with internal and external partners and reporting out results. This means marketers face challenges of working in silos and in different applications, which can lead to misalignment and negatively impact speed and productivity. According to a recent survey conducted by Microsoft[1] 43 percent of marketing and communications professionals reported that having to switch between digital applications and programs was disruptive to their creativity.

Together, Adobe and Microsoft will address these challenges. Initial capabilities will focus on addressing the needs of marketers who often work across multiple teams internally and externally while managing campaign goals, status and actions.


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