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Mads Nybo Jørgensen
Job Offer Adobe Premiere CC in facility Training
on Feb 20, 2015 at 10:51:37 am

Not intending to add fuel to the fire, but this COW job advert is interesting in the context of how to keep your customers happy:

"We currently operate 14 Avid bays and a couple of FCP. A number of our clients have made the switch to Adobe Premiere CC and we need to start embracing it as an edit platform."

One can apply here:
https://jobs.creativecow.net/job/885969

It is really a no-brainer if the client base is moving to Adobe CC and expect the suppliers to do the same. In the bigger scheme of where post production is at today, the cost is not really in the software and hardware, but in people, facilities and media management.

When that is said, I helped a client earlier this week who is happy on CS6 and will not be upgrading in the near future as their usage does not justify a monthly charge - so it does work both ways.

All the Best
Mads

@madsvid, London, UK
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Rainer Schubert
Re: Job Offer Adobe Premiere CC in facility Training
on Feb 20, 2015 at 1:35:45 pm

[Mads Nybo Jørgensen] " and we need to"

different from

we are happy to


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Mads Nybo Jørgensen
Re: Job Offer Adobe Premiere CC in facility Training
on Feb 20, 2015 at 3:07:22 pm

Hey Rainer,

[Rainer Schubert] "[Mads Nybo Jørgensen] " and we need to"

different from

we are happy to"


Just for clarification and to avoid any misunderstanding: That quote was not mine, it came from the job advert. However, my interpretation of the language used in that advert is that they are more than happy to keep their clients satisfied.

I understand that some people may disagree about that, but if our paymasters are not happy, how can we expect to keep working? I am sure that a certain company very big in offering apps on a SaaS are thinking that same thought every day... :-)

All the Best
Mads

@madsvid, London, UK
Check out my other hangouts:
Twitter: @madsvid
http://mads-thinkingoutloud.blogspot.co.uk


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