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DocuSign adds two new solutions to its Agreement Cloud for Salesforce

Agreement generation and negotiation in the cloud is set to get easier with DocuSign’s latest extensions to its Agreement Cloud for Salesforce.

DocuSign’s Negotiate for Salesforce and DocuSign CLM are now available to companies via Salesforce AppExchange. They’re intended to accelerate the process of generating and negotiating agreements and deals.

These new products extend the overall capability of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud, which has a dozen products and 350 partner integrations around digital transformation.

The new products also join DocuSign eSignature for Salesforce, a highly-rated e-signature app on AppExchange already used by thousands of Salesforce sales reps every day.

“We now have products that automate and connect the entire agreement process while tightly integrating with the Salesforce experience,” explained Scott Olrich, chief operating officer at DocuSign. “Our customers can do business that is faster, easier on the environment, and more cost-efficient—and also provide a far better experience for their own customers, employees, and partners.”

With DocuSign Negotiate for Salesforce, sales teams can automatically inserting Salesforce customer, product, and pricing data directly into contracts. They can use govern the inclusion or omission of other content as well as driving, tracking and managing all the versions and changes that an agreement might go through.

DocuSign CLM is an enterprise-class contract lifecycle management solution that is integrated with Salesforce and the DocuSign eSignature user experience. Alongside Negotiate, there’s a point-and-click workflow builder, a contract repository, and a clause library.

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