Adobe preps revised EchoSign e-signature app for Salesforce.com

Aiming to beat the onslaught of Salesforce.com-related updates next week, Adobe is introducing its updated EchoSign app for Salesforce now.

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Aiming to beat the onslaught of Salesforce.com-related updates next week, Adobe is introducing its updated EchoSign app for Salesforce now.

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Boasted by Adobe to be the highest-rated e-signature app on Salesforce's AppExchange digital marketplace, the Creative Suite maker further touted that the latest version could help close deals exponentially faster, which should keep both financial and time costs down as well.

That could partially be due to the fact EchoSign is already deeply rooted in the Salesforce ecosystem being built natively on the Salesforce1 platform for connected apps and devices. With that foundation, EchoSign can easily tap into other Salesforce products, such as sending and receiving documents via Salesforce Chatter.

Following along these lines, the new EchoSign for Salesforce apps is designed to enable users to work completely natively from within the Salesforce1 user interface. This means sales reps shouldn't have to waste time learning a new application or environment while tracking down electronic signatures.

Adobe EchoSign president Jon Perera posited in the announcement that this development could speed up the time for garnering electronic signatures up to "five times faster than with wet signatures, from any device.”

With less than a week to go before the CRM giant's annual Dreamforce extravaganza, many portfolio updates have already begun to trickle out, starting from Salesforce.com itself.

On Tuesday , the San Francisco-headquartered company realigned its cornerstone Sales and Service Cloud platforms, branding and integrating them closer to Salesforce1.

The new directions also point toward Salesforce’s strategy of future-proofing its entire portfolio for the Internet-of-Things movement. For Salesforce, this has long been characterized as the "Internet of Customers."

Ready for iOS and Android, EchoSign for Salesforce is available via the EchoSign Global Plan.

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