Adobe is selling software and licenses to companies for their software and services, including Adobe Creative Suite

Adobe’s Chief Executive Officer Doug Creutz said Wednesday that the company was looking to partner with software companies for products.

In a presentation to Adobe’s investor relations team, Creutz made the announcement.

Creutz was referring to the software products that Adobe acquired in 2017.

The company’s latest acquisition, Adobe Photoshop Suite, is a cloud-based editing tool that includes tools to convert photos and video.

He noted that Adobe was working on licensing products that would run on its own platform.

Creutz made the announcements in a note to investors that was posted on a company blog.

The new software suite will be available for free.

Adobe has been working with companies to make them products that run on the cloud and offer free upgrades.

The Adobe Cloud Platform, which the company purchased in 2017, is meant to offer cloud-enabled solutions for users of its software, including the Photoshop Suite.

Adobe’s current offerings are Adobe Creative Cloud and Photoshop.

In an interview with CNET, Creutts chief business officer Steve Lutz said Adobe’s goal is to make the software work on its platform as well.

“We’re going to make it as seamless as possible to support the cloud platform,” Creutz told CNET.

Creuts company is expected to make an announcement on Wednesday about the acquisition.

Adobe’s Chief Executive Officer Doug Creutz said Wednesday that the company was looking to partner with software companies for products.In…