SignFlow partners with SharePoint for 2016 conference

SignFlow Share ConferenceSignFlow is a proud partner at this year’s SharePoint conference that aims to equip businesses from across the globe with the tools and knowledge they need to fully harness Microsoft’s collaboration and document management platform, SharePoint.

Next month, scores of business minds will converge in Rosebank, Johannesburg, for Share Conference 2016. This business-centric conference is convened for users wanting to leverage SharePoint and Office 365 to reach new heights of productivity in their organisations.

A team from SignFlow, a world-class digital signing and workflow solution, will be on hand to answer all your questions about SignFlow for SharePoint and discuss how you can use this integration to unlock boundless power when it comes to document management – in the cloud or on premise.

The SignFlow for SharePoint app enables businesses using SharePoint – in any form – to prepare, send, track and sign important documents, contracts and forms from any SharePoint document library, between users inside their network or external signers (anywhere in the world) to the document.

Visit our conference stand from 20 to 22 June at Hyatt Regency to discuss all your business process needs. As one of the only signature workflow applications worldwide that integrates with SharePoint both on premise and in cloud deployments, we fully understand your needs when it comes to the application and its potential to let you achieve optimal productivity and elevate your business.

SignFlow is distributed throughout Africa by pbDigital, a division of leading customer communictions company PBSA.

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