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Adobe has unveiled new generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) capabilities within its GenStudio and Firefly products aimed at revolutionizing the content supply chain for enterprises.

This marks a significant step in addressing the traditionally complex and disconnected workflows, teams and systems that often lead to inefficiencies in the content supply chain, the company said in a Tuesday (March 26) press release.

Adobe GenStudio, an AI-first solution, empowers marketers to quickly plan, create, manage, activate and measure on-brand content, according to the release. It offers native integrations across Adobe Experience Cloud and Adobe Creative Cloud, enhancing productivity and collaboration. 

Adobe Firefly encompasses a suite of services and custom models that enable brands to produce content at scale while ensuring personalization, the release said. It allows enterprises to train and customize Firefly based on their own assets such as products, characters, campaign styles and brand guidelines. 

Adobe’s new offerings include capabilities in workflow and planning, creation and production, asset management, delivery and activation, and insights and reporting, per the release. These capabilities provide organizations with a unified and seamless content supply chain. For instance, Adobe Workfront Planning offers a unified view of all activities across the marketing lifecycle, enabling strategic planning and accelerated campaign delivery.

The company’s generative AI solutions have already been recognized by leading brands and agencies for their efficiency and scalability, according to the release. Pfizer, for example, has partnered with Adobe to transform its content supply chain and provide relevant information about its medicines and vaccines to patients and physicians. 

“Adobe is uniquely positioned to combine best-in-class applications across Adobe Experience Cloud and Adobe Creative Cloud with generative AI natively integrated for teams to boost productivity and deliver personalization at scale,” Eric Hall, chief marketing officer, Adobe Experience Cloud, said in the release. 

The company has been rolling out GenAI features across its digital media, digital experience, and publishing and advertising product lines, Adobe executives said March 14 during the company’s quarterly earnings call. 

“The success we are already seeing with our GenStudio offering in the enterprise is validation of our leadership and we expect that success to translate into other segments as we roll out these solutions throughout the year,” Shantanu Narayen, chair and CEO at Adobe, said during the call.