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Amazon Web Services S3 integration

The Collaborate integration with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) gives Collaborate users the power to easily share, access and manage files within the Collaborate platform. Collaborate allows you to easily create a professionally branded document, redline it, share it and send it for eSignature. Once a document is signed, Collaborate automatically saves it to the correct Amazon S3 folder for secure storage and sharing. This solution allows customers to leverage Amazon S3 without having to leave the Collaborate interface.

  • Use Amazon S3’s search to find the files you need, right from within Collaborate.

  • Build Collaborate documents with files stored in the Amazon S3 repository.

  • Automatically update the latest file in your Collaborate document template if you upload a new version in Amazon S3.

  • Send copies of signed agreements to all parties and to specific folders in Amazon S3.

Launched in July 2002, the Amazon Web Services platform exposes technology and product data from Amazon and its affiliates, enabling developers to build innovative and entrepreneurial applications on their own. More than 150,000 developers have signed up to use Amazon Web Services since its inception. Applications built using Amazon Web Services range from podcast transcription services and marketplaces for web site advertising space to enhanced sites that advertise Amazon products from Amazon sites and integrated solutions for retailers selling merchandise on Amazon sites. Developers make money by selling the applications they build, charging for the services they offer, or generating referral fees from the Associates sites they build. Amazon Web Services is a division of Amazon Digital Services, Inc.

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