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Adobe and Dell: Making it Easier for Businesses to Accelerate Sales with eSignatures

Adobe EchoSign is focused on helping small and medium-size businesses accelerate sales processes through the use of e-signatures – a technology that enables them to grow and thrive. That is why we’re pleased that Dell will add EchoSign to its Dell Cloud Business Applications (DCBA) portfolio, an addition that will expand its Dell’s Cloud Integrated CRM offering for growing companies. The new solution with EchoSign helps businesses increase productivity and gives them the ability to streamline critical processes involved in sales transactions.

Using EchoSign, organizations can now send contracts directly from their CRM system, view and track contract history across departments, and save signed contracts with specific opportunity or contact details. And because EchoSign is a Web-based service just like Dell Cloud Integrated CRM, businesses don’t have to worry about hardware or software to purchase or maintain.

Here’s what Paulette Altmaier, vice president and general manager Dell Cloud Business Software had to say about the addition of EchoSign and AppExtremes’ Conga Composer: “EchoSign eSignature and AppExtremes eDocument solutions are beneficial cloud tools that helps growing businesses increase sales agility and drive revenue. By adding these solutions to the Dell Cloud Business Applications family of trusted applications, small and medium businesses can maximize sales with efficient processes and greater visibility into their account stream.”

Through our agreement with Dell Cloud Business Applications, we’re ensuring that SMBs get greater visibility into their customer contracts, improve productivity and efficiency, and deliver a positive experience for their customers. For more details, visit the official press release here.

-Mark Grilli, senior director of marketing, Acrobat Solutions at Adobe


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