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Learn how DocuSign delivers convenience and security capabilities to Office 365

Microsoft has a long-term, strategic relationship with DocuSign that provides users with the ability to manage and sign documents directly from Office 365 using Word, Outlook, SharePoint and more.

Recently, Sonya Koptyev, from the Apps for Office developer team, sat down with Ergin Dervisoglu, principal technical program manager at DocuSign, for a demonstration on how to use DocuSign for SharePoint Online. From authenticating to envelope creation to signing, sending and managing documents in Office 365, Dervisoglu provides a simple, step-by-step look into DocuSign for SharePoint Online.

Watch the Office Dev Show on Channel 9 to learn more:

Regardless of industry—such as real estate, life sciences, insurance or technology—companies of all sizes can leverage Office 365 with DocuSign to manage documents conveniently and securely.

Join us at MOMENTUM’16

Microsoft will have a significant presence and a chance to showcase Office 365 at DocuSign’s upcoming MOMENTUM’16 conference in San Francisco. From April 5–7, the sharpest minds in technology will come together to brainstorm, attend breakout sessions and discover the possibilities that adopting a digital workflow can bring their business.

Peggy Johnson, Microsoft executive vice president of Business Development, will speak on how the company has grown as a customer from one use case to 220, as well as how DocuSign and Microsoft partner to bring joint solutions to customers. Microsoft is also a vision sponsor and will showcase the various Office add-ins and solutions at the partner pavilion and breakout sessions.

Visit the MOMENTUM’16 website to check out the agenda and save the sessions/keynotes that catch your eye.

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