With the acquisition of Drawloop, we should expect to see additional capabilities added to Salesforce and Office 365 / SharePoint. In terms of Office 365 and SharePoint, Nintex is planning to add document generation (docGen) to the platform. And with SalesForce, we should see tighter coupling to the O365 space, and workflow and form automation capabilities. As a Top 10 paid app on the Salesforce AppExchange, Drawloop has consistent 5 star ratings and is a leader in the document generation category. More than 1,000 customers use Drawloop to streamline document creation and drive productivity.
From the news release:
Businesses rely on Drawloop to automate and standardize their document generation processes. Its LOOP Document Services solution, http://www.drawloop.com/solutions/salesforce-app/, utilizes existing structured and unstructured data to deliver the most commonly used sales and service documents, like Word, Excel, PowerPoint or PDF, and merges them with Salesforce data. This helps sales operations and sales and service professionals close deals, serve customers, and convert renewals more efficiently. As a result, companies achieve higher returns on their CRM investment by increasing adoption, improving data compliance and forecasting, and increasing deal visibility.
The company’s newly combined development team will immediately begin working to integrate Nintex’s platform which includes Nintex Workflow, Nintex Mobile, and Nintex Forms for SharePoint and Office 365, with Drawloop’s automated document generation capabilities. These combined offerings will be made available to SharePoint, Office 365, and Salesforce users in the future.
Aside from Perficient’s Microsoft team working closely with Nintex, we are also a Salesforce Platinum Cloud Alliance partner. The teams are excited to see how this acquisition plays out for both Salesforce and Office 365 / SharePoint.
You can review all the details of the announcement here.