Chicago, April 7, 2015 – Wellspring, the leader in enterprise software for research and innovation management, is pleased to announce it is now a DocuSign Technology Partner. DocuSign is the market-leading provider of digital transaction management and e-signatures. By integrating the DocuSign envelope technology with Sophia, Wellspring’s software for navigating innovation, clients will be able to easily manage all the document routing and approval tasks that a research operation requires to run smoothly.
Approvals are a critical part of research operations. However, as research complexity and co-development with outside organizations has grown, so have the number and type of approvals needed for any given project. By enabling users to send, sign, and check the status of documents in a single integrated system, Wellspring enables users to easily navigate complex approval chains and expedite their projects.
Wellspring COO Dr. Matthew Hamilton said, “Integration with the industry leader DocuSign will prove to be a huge advantage for research organizations as the sheer number of signatures and approvals continue to grow. Research organizations are increasingly seeking to streamline their operations by eliminating clunky manual approval process steps such as printing, signing, scanning, and e-mailing documents. Researchers and administrators will save countless hours of time and effort.”
DocuSign is the global standard for digital transaction management. Accessible anytime and anywhere on any device, global enterprises, business departments, individual professionals, and consumers in all industries solve their paper problems by replacing manual, paper-based methods with DocuSign. The result is accelerated transactions that increase speed to results, reduce costs, improve visibility and control, and delight customers. DocuSign helps users to keep business digital with the easiest, fastest, most secure way to send, sign, manage, and store documents in the cloud.
Wellspring unifies the process of discovery for organizations that transform knowledge into innovation. With research and innovation professionals having to accelerate innovation in today’s competitive environment, corporations, hospitals, universities, and government agencies turn to Wellspring to identify useful technology inside and outside their organizations and exploit their knowledge assets. Sophia is the flagship platform solution with a range of modules for organizations to choose and configure to meet their specific needs. Sophia is also connected to Flintbox, the world’s largest online exchange of early stage technologies.
Wellspring works with more than 500 organizations worldwide, ranging from 100 to more than 100,000 employees. Wellspring’s software products manage an organization’s complete knowledge supply chain, enabling clients to scale their innovation programs by providing transparency to the knowledge within their organizations, in their partner networks, and emerging on the horizon. For further information, please visit: www.wellspring.com
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