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Conga Launches Conga Sign: A New eSignature Solution Built for Salesforce

Conga, an application provider for companies looking to automate and enhance their business productivity, today announced the release of Conga Sign, an easy-to-use, modern eSignature solution. Conga Sign integrates easily with the company’s Conga Suite which includes Document and Contract Management solutions enabling users to drive greater transaction volumes faster. This new solution is built specifically for Salesforce, giving users an easy and intuitive signing experience that is fast, secure and accelerates commerce on the Salesforce Platform. It is available now on the Salesforce AppExchange.

Conga Sign easily integrates with the Conga Suite including Conga Composer for document automation, and Conga Contracts for contract management, to create efficiency. Conga Sign reinforces Salesforce as the system of record by creating and saving executed contracts and documents automatically in the system for a clear audit trail. Featuring a user-friendly interface built for Salesforce Lightning and Salesforce Classic, users can take advantage of a new, modern eSignature solution.

“Our customers have been asking us for an e-sign solution tailor made for Salesforce and deeply integrated into the Conga Suite of commerce acceleration applications,” said Matthew J. Schiltz, CEO of Conga. “In addition, they want access to Conga’s top-rated global 24/7 support. We are thrilled to deliver Conga Sign and are excited to further accelerate commerce on the Salesforce platform.”

Conga Sign is available immediately. The key business benefits of Conga Sign include:

  • Easy integration with Salesforce for rapid time-to-value
  • Execute deals faster with sign-on-the-go capabilities using a mobile interface built for phone and tablet
  • Easy and intuitive signing experience for customers, without the need for special software or hardware
  • Track the status of signature activity from draft to completion
  • Uncover contract roadblocks like transaction expirations and declines with built-in analytics
  • Leverage the Salesforce roles and permissions users already in place for quick time-to-value
  • Implement quickly and be confident with 24/7 access to Conga's top-rated global support team

“Conga Sign provides an intuitive sign experience that works far smoother than our current signature process,” said Lance Evanson, EVP Business Development, Simplus. “As a long time Conga user, the opportunity to go from document generation through signature, all within Salesforce, makes the entire contracts process much easier to manage our SOWs and MSAs.”

With the new features of Conga Sign, the company’s customers have access to analytics that help them better understand their own contract negotiation processes. Users can create customized documents – with rich text, images and eSignature – with a single trusted partner solution. Conga’s top-rated global 24/7 support can address the full contract execution process, from start to finish, without having to pass off pieces of support based on 3rd party applications. Built for Salesforce from contract creation through negotiation and signature, Conga Sign can be purchased as part of a full Conga solution or as a standalone solution.

More details on Conga Sign are available at https://getconga.com/congasign.
To learn more about Conga Sign, read our blog post at https://getconga.com/resources/blog/proud-announce-conga-sign-modern-esignature-built-salesforce/.

About Salesforce AppExchange

Salesforce AppExchange, the world’s leading enterprise cloud marketplace, empowers companies to sell, service, market and engage in entirely new ways. With more than 4,000 solutions, 5 million customer installs and 70,000 peer reviews, it is the most comprehensive source of cloud, mobile, social, IoT, analytics and artificial intelligence technologies for businesses.

Salesforce, AppExchange and others are among the trademarks of salesforce.com, inc.

About Conga

Conga® developed its suite of enterprise-grade applications to help businesses using the Salesforce Sales Cloud optimize their CRM investments. The Conga Suite, which includes Conga Composer, Conga Contracts, Conga ActionGrid and now Conga Sign, simplifies and automates data, documents, contracts and reporting.

As a Salesforce Platinum ISV Partner, Conga is committed to providing its customers with enterprise-grade infrastructure, security and solutions. In fact, more than 9,000 businesses in 85 countries across all industries rely on Conga applications to fully utilize their Salesforce data, including Hilton Worldwide, Schumacher Group and CBRE.

The company is privately-held and based in Colorado with global operations in the UK and Australia. Learn more at getconga.com or follow Conga on Twitter: @getconga.

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