DocuSign and Microsoft have partnered together to provide access to DocuSign’s industry-leading digital transaction management functionality and eSignature solutions to Microsoft customers around the globe. From Outlook to Word to SharePoint to Dynamics CRM, Microsoft customers can transact business easily and securely on any device and at any time – directly from their favorite applications.
The partnership will be on display at DocuSign’s annual conference, MOMENTUM’16. From April 5-7 in San Francisco, some the sharpest minds in technology will come together to imagine the possibilities that adopting a digital workflow can bring their businesses – examples like increased efficiency and revenue – and leave with the knowledge and skills to make those possibilities a reality.
The conference will consist of three days of breakout sessions, keynotes from industry leaders such as Keith J. Krach, CEO of DocuSign, and executive leaders from T-Mobile, Fortune Magazine and more – as well as networking opportunities with influencers from various like-minded companies.
Microsoft’s Executive Vice President of Business Development, Peggy Johnson, will highlight how Microsoft, as a DocuSign customer, has implemented DocuSign solutions for more than 220 use cases across the company. Johnson will also discuss the deep technology partnership between Microsoft and DocuSign and how, together, the two companies bring innovative solutions to customers worldwide. Microsoft is also a vision sponsor for MOMENTUM’16 and will showcase the various Microsoft add-ins and solutions at the partner pavilion and breakout sessions.
If you’re a developer attending MOMENTUM’16, you’ll also have access to a special Developer Track agenda. From learning to seamlessly embed the DocuSign API into your app or website, to advanced UI automation, to complex workflow assembly with composite templates, developers can expect to brainstorm and explore alongside expert DocuSign engineers, while leaving with real, impactful solutions to implement upon returning home.
As a part of the Developer Track, DocuSign is hosting a hackathon with Team Rubicon to give back to the community. This Hack-for-Good will provide developers the opportunity to lend their coding skills to help in humanitarian disasters, while simultaneously learning and meeting other developers.
If you’re ready to make the digital leap, network with influencers, industry leaders and innovators, and leave with refreshed verve, inspiration and best of all – the drive to bring your business into the digital age – registration is open for MOMENTUM’16.
To learn more, read the DocuSign blog, and be sure to check out the agenda and save the sessions/keynotes that catch your eye.
Source: Microsoft News Center