FREMONT, CA: Dell, an Information Technology and Services Company, partners with DocuSign, a provider of Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solution to empower customers to send, sign and manage legally enforceable documents securely in the cloud.
DTM has emerged as a new category of cloud services designed to digitally manage document-based transactions. DTM removes the friction inherent in transactions that involve people, documents, and data to create faster, easier, more convenient and secure processes. By staying digital, organizations can speed execution, lower operating costs, reduce errors, and provide superior customer experience. By staying digital these companies avoid the traditional pitfalls of lost or missing data and documents, breakages in processes, and lack of visibility into workflow.
With this strategic partnership, Dell customers can add DocuSign as an independent solution within the existing or new deployment to leverage DTM platform and The DocuSign Global Trust Network in a secure and efficient way. This partnership is a part of Dell’s corporate venture arm, called Dell Ventures, under which Dell provides funding and establishes collaborative relationships with organizations to add new technologies to its end-to-end software portfolio.Such an approach provides companies like DocuSign a platform to materialize their innovative thinking by bringing new products to the market.
"With transactions increasingly completed online amidst an explosion of cybercrime, it's critical for organizations to ensure the authenticity, reliability and security of their transactions. Dell is committed to helping customers meet the demands. Dell recognizes the value of DocuSign's market-leading transaction management platform and is supporting the company as they continue to develop and deliver offerings of great importance to our customers," says Jim Lussier, Managing Director, Head of Dell Ventures, Dell.