SIGNiX teams up with xRM to bring Independent E-Signatures to Microsoft Dynamics CRM

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SIGNiX, the provider of cloud-based Independent E-Signature solutions, has partnered with xRM, a Microsoft Dynamics CRM Gold Partner with more than a decade of experience in providing application hosting, to integrate its digital signature technology into the Microsoft Dynamics CRM platform.

The integration will seamlessly embed SIGNiX's Independent E-Signature solution into Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, or Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-Premise, and will provide a comprehensive customer life-cycle experience, where CRM users can track prospects, manage clients and close deals without ever leaving the program.

"Our goal is to provide the ability for businesses to quickly and easily send out documents for electronic signatures from Microsoft Dynamics CRM, regardless of whether you use Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, or Microsoft Dynamics CRM On-Premise. Signing a document will be as simple as tracking a phone call, making an appointment or doing any other typical CRM activity," said Patrick McLean, executive vice president and chief marketing officer of xRM. "SIGNiX's commitment to the integration project, their support and their flexibility as a business partner have helped to move this effort along smoothly and quickly."

Through the partnership, users will be able to sign contracts, agreements, waivers and other documents safely and securely.

SIGNiX's Independent E-Signatures permanently embed the legal evidence of an e-signature into a signed document using public-key infrastructure. Because a signature's cryptographic evidence is forever embedded into the document, it will remain forever valid and discoverable in court. SIGNiX's Independent E-Signatures are also supported by comprehensive, detailed audit trails, identity authentication and tamper-evident technology, which significantly improves security over wet ink signatures and reduces the risk of fraud.

SIGNiX and xRM's integrated technology will be available to the marketplace in two distinct ways: Direct clients, or companies looking for a CRM tool with native e-signature capabilities, will be able to purchase the integrated software package from xRM. SIGNiX and xRM will also make the unique capabilities of the integration available as an add-on feature for resale by other Microsoft partners around the world.

"xRM is among the most prominent Microsoft partners in the nation, having been the first North American company to host the Microsoft Dynamics CRM application in the cloud," said Jay Jumper, CEO of SIGNiX. "Working with xRM to bring Independent E-Signatures to a CRM platform as ubiquitous as Microsoft opens the door for countless organisations to better manage client relationships. We're thrilled to call xRM a partner."

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