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SIGNiX and Arcus Partners Join Forces to Launch Salesforce Integration

Partnership streamlines the digital signature process for thousands of and SIGNiX users

SIGNiX, the leading provider offering both digital signature and eNotary technology in North America, announced an integration with global CRM leader Salesforce. The integration, created and powered by Arcus Partners, a global fintech provider of digital data and document management solutions. streamlines the digital signature process for Salesforce and SIGNiX users.

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“Given that Salesforce is the largest CRM in the world, it is one of the most requested integrations from our users,” said SIGNiX CEO Jay Jumper. “At SIGNiX, our mission is to provide the best digital signature experience to our users and their customers, and our integration with Salesforce furthers this mission. I’d like to thank the incredible team at Arcus Partners for helping to create an effective integration that will transform the digital signature process and improve the way documents and data are managed.”

The integration removes manual steps in the digital signature process, saving users time and creating a single source of truth for customer data and documents. It simultaneously tracks documents in the user’s Salesforce CRM.

“Financial services is one of the most highly regulated and paper-intensive industries, and we’re thrilled to share the depth of our industry and Salesforce expertise to partner with SIGNiX on this critical integration,” said Arcus Partners’ CEO Gerry Murphy. “Our goal is to simplify digital processes as much as possible, providing a seamless user experience for all SIGNiX and Salesforce users across financial services, insurance and other industries where workflow improvements are needed to reduce risk and enhance customer journeys.”

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