Conga Tapped for Integrations with New Google Sheets and Slides APIs
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
DENVER, CO, SEATTLE, WA, SYDNEY, AU, and LONDON, UK, May 24, 2016 – Conga, a provider of document and report generation solutions for Salesforce customers, announced today that it will create integrations for Google’s new Sheets and Slides APIs, which create collaborative, data-driven presentations and documents, and eliminate time-consuming manual development processes.
For Conga, these integrations will further expand the capabilities of its document generation solution, Conga Composer. This level of integration will offer existing and prospective Composer users the option to leverage Composer to merge data from Salesforce into documents within Google Apps.
Similar to Google Docs, integration with Google Sheets and Slides will provide Composer users real-time document collaboration and editing capabilities in Google Drive. This will be further enhanced by the ability to host templates within Google Drive and leverage Salesforce data to create polished, customized presentations with a consistent look and feel.
“At Conga, we are committed to bringing solutions that are innovative and match our customers evolving business,” commented Doug Rybacki, Conga’s Vice President of Product. “Our integration with Google’s new APIs will provide our customers a more collaborative environment for their document solutions in real-time with Google Sheets, Slides and Google Drive. For existing Composer users, this new integration means more options to produce documents, and the new APIs will allow documents to merge through Google Slides and Sheets. For the first time, users can work outside of a Microsoft platform in a more dynamic and collaborative fashion,” said Rybacki.
To learn more about Conga, please visit www.congamerge.com.
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Conga© is a Salesforce Platinum ISV Partner and is the developer of the Conga Suite, the number one document generation and reporting applications for Salesforce. With more than 600 Five Star Reviews and superior NPS ratings, it is no wonder why Conga is now a Top 3 rated application out of over 3,000 applications in the Salesforce AppExchange.
The company was founded in 2006 to help Salesforce customers worldwide fully utilize their data in dynamic documents, presentations and reports. With industry-recognized products and support, Conga has rapidly built a base of over 150,000 users, in 45+ countries, across all industries. Thousands of customers use Conga to generate millions of documents every year, including leading companies like Hilton Worldwide, Schumacher Group and CBRE.
About Google Sheets
The new Google Sheets API gives developers programmatic access to nearly all of the features users have access to via Google web and mobile UIs. Developers can now use Sheets to build richer workflows that range from offering their users customizable reporting, to allowing them to collaborate on a sheet, and import updated data directly back into their product. For more information, visit: http://googleappsdeveloper.blogspot.com/
About Google Slides
With the new Slides API, developers can also create and update presentations programmatically. Notably, it makes it easy for partners to export data from other tools and leverage functionality in Slides to create great looking visual reports. The new Slides API can also be used to empower users to merge data from other products into Slides, to create custom presentations quickly.
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