Adobe has strengthened its existing partnership with Microsoft in order to help brands accelerate their digital transformations via Adobe Experience Cloud and Document Cloud.
By integrating Adobe Sign and Microsoft SharePoint, customers will be able to create and embed digital forms such as time-off requests that can be filled, signed, and reused indefinitely. This update is being pitched as ideal for collecting information from a large number of people inside and outside a company, including new users. This information can also be automatically saved to Microsoft SharePoint folders and the data from form fields can be mapped back to a SharePoint list.
With Microsoft Teams, The Adobe Sign tool can now allow collaborators to send documents that require signatures via a simple tab, while a bot allows team members to manage, track, and get notifications for the status of important documents like a contract or other agreement.
Microsoft Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) is also available for enterprise customers to enable single sign-on to securely deliver Adobe Sign to their employees in less than 30 minutes via the Adobe admin console, a central location for managing Adobe solutions across the entire organisation which allows secure easy access for their employees.
This integration with Teams makes it the first app to be certified as part of the Microsoft 365 Certification programme, which ensures enterprise data privacy and security protection by the introduction of third-party developed applications in Microsoft 365.