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Dropbox extends esignature solution & storage to A/NZ customers
Customers are now able to electronically sign and share documents from Dropbox, and store them within Australia to ensure data residency.
Fuji Xerox and DocuSign announce partnership with focus on APAC region
Fuji Xerox has extended its business automation solution offerings with a new DocuSign partnership. This will see Fuji Xerox bring eSignature and Contract Lifecycle Management solutions to the APAC market.
Dropbox HelloSign now available to A/NZ channel
Businesses that are already using Dropbox can integrate HelloSign into their workflows in Office 365, Salesforce, G-Suite and others.
Dropbox launches new eSign feature for enterprises
Dropbox has launched HelloSign for enterprises, enabling businesses to sign documents 80% faster with a three times higher completion rate.
Callaghan Innovation grants Auckland SaaS firm $5m windfall
"We envisage that the enhancements we can make to the product will help us grow sales in both the United States and UK, enabling us to expand our teams in each country."
How technology is stimulating M&A in NZ
As the number of mergers and acquisitions grow, a major law firm report has explained just how technology is helping the activity along.
New Aussie Azure data center set to power public sector digital transformation
“We’re looking forward to supporting the next phase of digital transformation with the National Digital Economy Strategy in 2018.”
Secured Signing and LawHawk take secure document signing to NZ law industry
"The benefit of using digital signatures by legal professionals is that it adds security and certainty. It is a fast way to get documents signed."
Ingram Micro AU promises wide ranging opportunities in DocuSign deal
Esignature and DTM vendor DocuSign is joining Ingram Micro Australia's Cloud Marketplace, offering up wide-ranging opportunities for local resellers.
An inconvenient truth: AU businesses struggle to deliver digital services
80% of Australian consumers view a company as outdated or worse, an inconvenience if they don’t offer digital ways of doing business.