Sign off Securely with IBM Connections and DocuSign Integration

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Exchanging files, especially sensitive ones, requires a secure environment. Too often that security breaks down at a document’s very last phase when somebody pulls it out of its native platform to provide a final signature. If a document environment isn’t secure from beginning to end, it really isn’t secure at all.

That’s why any file-sharing solution needs to have a built-in signature function. With that in mind, IBM and DocuSign are completing an integration of DocuSign secure sign-off software and IBM Connections Files collaboration solution.

Using IBM Connections Files APIs and DocuSign APIs, this integration will give you the ability to collaborate on the preparation of a contract or agreement within IBM Docs and sign off on it in a secure manner. That means keeping the document secure throughout its entire life cycle.

The production version of the integration will be available in mid-May, but you can catch a demo next week at DocuSign’s Momentum conference in San Francisco, 3-4 May. Click here to learn more.

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