Creating a more collaborative community
The client wanted to move to the cloud but also wanted to keep its on-premise solution during the transition, to avoid downtime. So the company asked us to manage its migration from Adobe Illustrator to Adobe InDesign to improve overall productivity.
The transition would also allow the client’s design community to share in creative expression, personal development and risk taking.
The migration required Insight’s Supply Chain Optimization team to juggle several different factors, including technology, timing and financing, in order to tailor a solution that would meet the client’s present and future needs.
Solving complex challenges
Insight created and implemented an ambitious cloud migration roadmap that would work around several obstacles. One of those obstacles involved delaying the migration to Adobe InDesign until the client completed an in-process audit. In the short term, we maintained the client’s existing on-site solution while simultaneously managing the InDesign migration and deployment.
We also ensured the client’s on-premise license remained active during the cloud migration. And we worked with Adobe to lower the client’s migration costs and helped arrange innovative financing terms that would defer payments to a later date, after the completion of the audit.