News: Partnership will provide a secure way for customers to transact business digitally with DocuSign.
Dell has teamed up with DocuSign to provide DTM technologies to its customers.
As a part of the partnership, Dell will market and sell DocuSign’s DTM platform that will allow its customers to send, sign and manage legally enforceable documents securely in the cloud.
DTM is designed to manage document-based transactions, and it eliminates the friction inherent in transactions that involve people, documents, and data to create faster and secure processes.
According to DocuSign, DTM allows companies to avoid the common problems related to data which includes lost or missing data and documents, breakages in processes, and lack of visibility into workflow.
Dell will add DocuSign as a standalone solution within an existing or new deployment providing a secure way for customers to leverage DTM.
In May, DocuSign raised $45 m in investment from Dell and Intel, and the latest partnership is expected to fuel growth of The DocuSign Global Trust Network.
Dell Ventures is involved in funding, and it forges collaborative relationships with companies that develop unique yet complementary technologies for Dell’s end-to-end software portfolio.
Dell said that the partnership could include joint product development and deeper expansion into vertical markets via integrated solutions.
Apart from Dell, DocuSign is also a partner to SpringCM which is using the technology to help its customers improve business effectiveness by shifting from manual to digital processes.