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CSS' Silanis inks deal with Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics
NEW YORK (8/20/14)--Silanis announced Tuesday it has launched a new set of e-SignLive pre-integrated e-signature solutions developed for Salesforce and Microsoft Dynamics CRM (customer relationship management) software.

Integrating e-SignLive into these CRM systems allows business users to easily prepare, manage and send documents for an e-signature within their CRM environments, according to Silanis, a CUNA Strategic Services alliance provider.

The apps also enable sales and marketing teams to make business transactions faster while at the same time improve the customer experience.

"Organizations of all sizes are looking for competitive advantages in every aspect of their business," said Michael Laurie, Silanis vice president of product strategy and co-founder. "The contracting process is a great first interaction with e-signatures--it's where a business can see that e-signatures can help close the deal quickly while also creating a great customer experience."

Customers that use the new e-SignLive apps also will be able to:
  • Deliver and manage contracts and other documents in real-time;
     
  • Easily integrate e-signatures into their existing processes; and
     
  • Securely and legally sign and store documents.
Credit unions and other financial institutions that use e-SignLive for their customer-facing processes will have access to the same e-signature solution, but now with a tightly integrated CRM tool that can be used for signing non-disclosure agreements, statements of work, agreements and contracts, Silanis said.
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