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September 28, 2017 /Product News /

New Adobe Sign Integrations with Microsoft Office 365 Now Available

Earlier this month, we announced a significant expansion to our strategic partnership with Microsoft to increase workforce productivity and drive more efficient business processes, with e-signatures and cloud collaboration at the core. Today at Microsoft Ignite, we’re excited to announce that an entirely new set of product integrations resulting from the partnership are available, starting with a deep integration between Adobe Sign and Microsoft Office 365, including Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint. Adobe Sign integrations with Microsoft Flow and Microsoft Teams are also available today.  These solutions add to the existing set of Adobe Sign integrations with Microsoft SharePoint and Dynamics 365 CRM.

Integrating Adobe Sign with Microsoft Office 365 ensures that individuals and teams can efficiently collaborate, communicate, and drive decision-making:

  • Adobe Sign and Microsoft Office 365 delivers fast, secure electronic signatures across Office 365, including deep integration with Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint and Microsoft Outlook, so that signing documents electronically, on any device, can become an everyday experience.
  • Adobe Sign and Microsoft Flow allows users to build end-to-end digital workflows by adding Adobe Sign to any Microsoft Flow process.
  • Adobe Sign and Microsoft Teams accelerate electronic agreement tracking, approvals and signature processes across teams. The Adobe Sign app in Microsoft Teams now includes a tab to send documents for signature and a bot that allows team members to manage and track documents.

 In addition, Adobe Creative Cloud and Adobe Stock integrations with Microsoft Teams, also available this week, give Adobe’s creative customers access to a world-class collaboration workspace that speeds up creative feedback, iteration and decision-making.

As leaders in document and productivity software, Adobe and Microsoft both have rich histories developing innovative, ubiquitous solutions through cloud-based services, mobile apps, and integrated desktop tools that touch hundreds of millions of customers. As you continue to seek ways to be more productive in your day-to-day work, you can look forward to our continued work with Microsoft to bring best-in-class, innovative cloud productivity to you.

To learn more about these integrations and try them out for yourself visit: http://adobe.ly/dc-msft

 

 

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