Say goodbye to “Sent from iPhone”. Templafy’s Email Signature update enables personalized and automatic e-signatures in Outlook for mobile.
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72% of enterprise employees are now using AI or automation in the workplace. Templafy’s latest survey unveils how today’s workforce is reaping the productivity benefits of these technologies – and how your company can do so effectively and safely.
Keeping organizations secure is a top priority for any modern organization. In this blog post, we explore the role content enablement can play in safeguarding enterprise security and the different ways companies can use document governance strategies to reduce risk.
Salesforce, perhaps the most well-known customer relationship management (CRM) platform, often serves as the cornerstone of modern sales operations. Its comprehensive suite of tools empowers businesses to manage customer interactions, analyze data, and streamline sales processes. However, the true power of Salesforce emerges when it’s integrated with complementary tools.
How one company achieved a 79% user adoption rate in less than two months after introducing Templafy’s enterprise solutions for document generation and brand management.
An effective metadata approach is a must for enterprises executing data management for thousands of documents every day. Explore what document metadata is, how it works, and why it’s fundamental to every modern organization.
Digital disruption and transformation has come a long way for an industry notoriously slow to embrace technology. Overcoming widespread security hangups and navigating tricky legacy system transitions, today’s law firms know they need to innovate to stay competitive and relevant in the sector.
Microsoft Azure is one of the biggest public cloud computing infrastructures to date, even larger than Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Oracle. Fortune 500 companies in a variety of different industries, from BMW to Coca Cola, have migrated to the cloud using Microsoft’s Azure service.
If your team creates documents, presentations, spreadsheets or emails during the working day, your business — whether you know it or not — has a document management strategy in place. The only question is if that strategy is working or not.
Microsoft Office 365 (now Microsoft 365) is generating quite a buzz from both large enterprises and small businesses these days. Recent trends have seen organizations become increasingly comfortable with the idea of using the services of the cloud-based platform to drive business productivity at a flexible, calculable cost.