Adobe Sign Now Microsoft Preferred E-Signature Solution
by Adobe Document Cloud Team
posted on 09-07-2017
We are excited to announce the expansion of Adobe’s strategic alliance with Microsoft to increase workforce productivity and drive more efficient business processes.
Beginning today, Adobe Sign is now Microsoft’s preferred e-signature solution across the company’s portfolio, including Microsoft Office 365. In addition, Microsoft Teams, the new chat-based workspace in Microsoft Office 365, is now the preferred collaboration service for Adobe Creative Cloud, Document Cloud, and Experience Cloud. In addition to product integrations, Adobe will make Microsoft Azure its preferred cloud platform for Adobe Sign. Together, Adobe and Microsoft will ensure individuals and teams can efficiently collaborate, communicate, and drive decision-making across devices.
The first integrations resulting from this partnership include:
- Integration between Microsoft Office 365 and Adobe Sign – Quickly and securely sign documents across Office 365, including Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoint and Microsoft Outlook, on any device.
- Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Stock integration with Microsoft Teams – Creative Cloud and Adobe Stock subscribers will have access to a world-class collaboration workspace that will speed up creative feedback, iteration and decision-making. Microsoft Teams integration will expand to Experience Cloud in the future.
- Adobe Sign integration with Microsoft Teams – Accelerate electronic agreement creation, approval and signature processes across teams. The Adobe Sign app in Microsoft Teams includes a bot to send documents for signature and a tab that allows teams to manage and track documents.
- Adobe Sign integration with Microsoft Flow – Build end to end digital workflows by adding Adobe Sign to any Microsoft Flow process. In the coming months, organizations will benefit from Flow integration with other Microsoft applications such as SharePoint, Dynamics and OneDrive.
Integrations will become available in the following weeks. Learn more here.
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