JumpSeat joins the Adobe Exchange Partner Program

December 15, 2020 | Digital Adoption

We are delighted to announce a partnership with Adobe, as a part of the Adobe Exchange program. At the Adobe Exchange, customers can now download the JumpSeat extension that extends the functionality of Adobe applications. 

JumpSeat will provide guidance on interacting with your Adobe products, e.g. learn how to add and remove keyword tags for assets in Adobe Experience Manager. No matter your marketing role, JumpSeat propels you forward and takes training out of the classroom and puts it right into the application. JumpSeat is real-time software training that removes creative frustration, creates satisfaction, and builds connectivity across interrelated applications.

When your processes are ever-changing, JumpSeat can help your users take flight. Designers, creators, and marketers can optimize Adobe’s new products and features in real-time by experiencing personalized training. JumpSeat’s livestream training guides will ensure that the latest procedures and how-tos of Adobe Experience Cloud are always on and always available, directly in the app. With JumpSeat’s guidance, the adoption of Adobe will be seamless and help your business, plan, predict, collaborate, evolve, and deliver their best work. We provide an end-to-end process overview to bring your items to market in less time.

JumpSeat includes a library of pre-built guides that focus on key Adobe Experience Cloud functionality to increase user adoption. Allow your teams to find solutions independently with JumpSeat’s on-demand help. Enriched structure for workflows fosters creativity, ensuring that users perform tasks effectively without increasing support costs. Streamline processes and work smarter with JumpSeat.

Visit the Adobe Exchange marketplace to learn more. 

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Morgan Conroy

Morgan Conroy

Marketing and Events Manager



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