Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) expands e-sign partnership with Salesforce (CRM) and SAP Ariba
Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) is bringing its e-signature tool to Salesforce.com, Inc. (NYSE:CRM), Workday Inc (NYSE:WDAY) and SAP SE (ADR) (NYSE:SAP)’s Ariba. The company is moving to widen access to its e-Sign after recently enriching the tool with multiple new features. Adobe is also expanding the availability of the e-Sign tool at a time when market intelligence shows that there will be a sharp increase in digital document signing in the next few years.
Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) is touting its e-Sign as the ultimate solution to increase compliance, cut errors and eliminate legal risks in business documents. Additionally, the company is telling customers that its e-Sign tool allows them to save time working on documents.
The e-Sign tool is part of Adobe’s Document Cloud.
e-Sign on Salesforce
Adobe has integrated its e-Sign tool into Salesforce to allow customers on the platform to enjoy a simplified process of including signatures in digital documents.
e-Sign on Workday
On Workday, Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) renders e-Sign as a tool to help accelerate business processes. Purchase of the Adobe e-Sign on Workday allows you to digitally sign more than 400 business processes on the Workday platform.
Adobe is promising faster work with documents and improved employee experience with e-Sign integration on Workday.
e-Sign on Ariba
Customers using SAP’s Ariba can tap into Adobe’s e-Sign to do more than simply signing documents electronically. They can define and add several signers, define their signing order and go as far as verifying the signers with simple steps.
Rise of digital signatures
As more business processes move online, demand for electronic signing of documents is on the rise. The partnership that Adobe Systems Incorporated (NASDAQ:ADBE) has announced with Salesforce, Ariba and Workday follows the one recently signed with Dropbox. Adobe and Dropbox have come together to develop a system that allows their customers to easily access and edit PDF documents.
It is estimated that more than 754 million documents will be signed digitally by 2017.
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