In partnership with Adobe, Phoenix Software and the National Housing Federation are pleased to bring an exclusive agreement to their members – saving them up to £15,525

The Phoenix Adobe NHF ETLA 2019 is a three-year subscription agreement that allows National Housing Federation members to bulk purchase Adobe Acrobat DCE and Adobe Sign licences at a discounted rate for their organisation. The agreement will start in May 2019* (see conditions below) giving you access to:

Adobe Acrobat DCE

£69.95 per user p/a – saving over £100 on RRP of £171.96

More than five million organisations around the world rely on Acrobat DC to create and edit the smartest PDFs, convert PDFs to Microsoft Office formats, and so much more. When you need to collaborate with people in remote locations, fill and sign a form or get one signed, trust Acrobat DC to help you make it happen. From anywhere.

Adobe Sign

£5,175 p/a for 5,000 transactions – saving over £10,475 on RRP of £15,650

Adobe have made it fast and easy for you to choose the best e-signature solution. Quickly complete contracts and forms, so you can focus on the work you care about most.

Learn more and join this agreement by clicking here.


As an NHF Preferred Supplier, Phoenix have a team of Account Managers ready to walk you through the simple process of accessing this amazing offer. We can help calculate how many licences you require and the savings you could make.

Talk to the Phoenix Housing Team today on 01904 562200, email or fill in the form below:

* The Adobe NHF ETLA 2019 will start in May 2019 as long as the required commitment of 5,000 licences is made across all members as a group (not per organisation). If this quantity is not met then the agreement will not start and there will be no charge to you – we will communicate this to you mid-April.  The agreement will be billed via three 12-month payments.
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