Microsoft and Adobe partner to more deeply integrate PDFs, e-signatures into Microsoft 365

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Adobe has announced the next step in its partnership with Microsoft. The two technology giants are now exploring new ways to meet their customer’s needs during the new shift to hybrid work.

Under the next steps of this partnership, Adobe hopes to find unique ways to integrate both its and Microsoft’s core productivity tools. This involves the use of embedding Adobe’s software like PDF, e-Signature, and document automation capabilities in Microsoft 365.

“We’re expanding our partnership with Adobe to solve the productivity paradox and make digital work and life as creative, collaborative, and efficient as possible. Millions of joint Adobe and Microsoft customers will have easy access to the best digital document experiences wherever they are, changing the game for modern productivity and the future of work.,” said Jared Spataro, corporate vice president, Microsoft.

More information on the partnership and a look at existing Microsoft and Adobe solutions are available on Adobe’s website. Note that Adobe Sign is Microsoft’s preferred e-signature solution, and already integrates with Microsoft applications like Teams, Dynamics, and more.