On the heels of closing its $220 Million acquisition of SpringCM just last month, DocuSign announced the first solution to be jointly developed by both companies, DocuSign Gen.
Debuted ahead of Dreamforce—the most innovative software conference of the year taking place this week in San Francisco—DocuSign Gen allows Salesforce users to automate, simplify and streamline the generation of agreements such as sales contracts, quotes, and NDAs.
Slated for general availability in spring 2019, DocuSign Gen is designed primarily for small and medium businesses and mid-market organizations. For larger enterprises, DocuSign already offers SpringCM’s Contract Management solution, which includes agreement generation among a larger set of integrated technologies.
DocuSign Gen is designed to be fully compatible with the Salesforce Lightning Experience, and automatically pulls opportunity and Salesforce CPQ (configure, price, quote) data to pre-fill agreements. This can reduce manual work, creating fewer errors and resulting in a faster agreement process.
“Thousands of companies can already sign and complete agreements quickly, easily and directly by using DocuSign for Salesforce on Salesforce AppExchange,” said Ron Hirson, chief product officer at DocuSign. “With this new solution, we’re now able to simplify and accelerate what happens before the signature—when agreements need to be generated, negotiated, reviewed and approved. It’s all part of the System of Agreement (SofA) Platform strategy that we announced in June this year.”
“Delivering a streamlined and automated CPQ process is key to business success,” said Pascal Yammine, SVP and GM, Salesforce CPQ & Billing. “We are excited to extend the power of DocuSign to our customers and welcome the announcement of DocuSign Gen.”
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