I am so used to Adobe trying to get me onto some sort of Teams plan option in order to fulfil some sort of sales quota that I plan my calls around that not happening. I'm on an enterprise plan right now. I can't figure out how to get a stock licence.
I email my actual enterprise account manager to ask the question.
She tells me that Stock isn't available on Enterprise and the only way to do it is to get my federated enterprise user to switch back and forth between teams and enterprise.
At one point I was exhausted at the way these people deal with their customers. Now it is sort of a game. When we migrated to Enterprise I thought this would be over with. I can't believe for the life of me that I've been handed an account manager that would try and roll me.
Was this someone from Adobe or one of the resellers telling you that Adobe stock is not available for Enterprise?
Once you no longer have a monopoly you'll be gone.
Adobe does not have a monopoly, but if you are looking for an integrated solution that matches the kind of Adobe's, you will have a hard time to find something. Years ago, I changed our companies creative software from different other software vendors to Adobe because of the integrated approach of Adobe's products and their wide spread use in the creative world. Since then we save a lot of money just by using the same tools as our service providers are using.
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