Adam Howatson, chief marketing officer for OpenText, said as part of the DocuSign Global Trust Network, OpenText will provide customers access to Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solutions that enable organisations to quickly get up and running with secure, managed and legally compliant electronic signatures, eliminating the need to print, fax, scan and overnight documents.
Howatson said that, in addition, customers benefit from pre-configured document templates which can be easily added to existing workflows and adapted for specific requirements.
“By integrating DocuSign into our content and process management solutions, enterprise customers can send, sign and manage documents anytime, anywhere, and from any device.
Howatson said the new signing capability is an enhancement to the OpenText Content Suite, OpenText Extended ECM for SAP Solutions, “comprehensive Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems designed to manage the flow of information from capture through to archiving and disposition, and now including the signature process”.
According to Howatson, the electronic signing is also enhancing OpenText Process Suite by integrating with OpenText Contract Centre, as well as with OpenText PowerDocs, which is part of OpenText Customer Experience Management strategy.