Stockholm, 7 July 2021
Scrive announces today the release of the integration to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Sales. With the Scrive eSign app, Dynamics 365 Sales users can launch and manage electronic signature workflows directly from their Dynamics 365 Sales account.
Sales teams working in Dynamics 365 Sales gain greater control over their sales cycles by handling the agreement signing process digitally, within Dynamics. Customers can sign sales agreements on any device, wherever they are, and sales teams can keep their deals on track by monitoring every stage of the signing process.
A major benefit of the Scrive eSign app is the reduction in contract generation time. Auto populating document templates with CRM data enables 1-click contracts and eliminates costly data errors.
“The integration of Scrive’s award-winning sales enablement tool to Dynamics 365 Sales marks a major expansion of Scrive’s footprint in the CRM sector”, says Scrive Partner Manager Julia Kristersson. “Automation, tracking and monitoring, security, transparency, insights and anywhere access are all about speeding up the customer acquisition process while providing a great customer experience.”
Running the entire sales funnel through Dynamics 365 Sales keeps the data stream intact. The result, better data quality, translates into fewer contract errors, greater visibility into the sales process, instant access to sales data, revenue assurance and improved forecasting and pipeline management.
A leader in digitalisation since 2010, Scrive’s cloud-based platform provides agreement lifecycle automation powered by electronic signature and identification solutions. More than 5000 customers in over 40 countries rely on Scrive to onboard and sign agreements with their customers, partners and employees, driving customer experience, security, compliance and data quality. Headquartered in Stockholm, Scrive is backed by Vitruvian Partners and has over 150 employees.
Microsoft Dynamics is a line of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management software applications. Microsoft markets Dynamics applications through a network of reselling partners who provide specialized services. Microsoft Dynamics forms part of “Microsoft Business Solutions”.
Julia Kristersson, Partner Manager: [email protected]