Sapho Employee Experience Portal 4.9 introduces new Adobe Sign integration, external form support, and a new component

Sapho Employee Experience Portal 4.9 is here! Let’s take a look at the main highlights from our latest release.

Adobe Sign integration

We know our Sapho customers use Adobe Sign to enable all-digital document workflows that allow employees to sign documents right from their devices, so we’re excited to announce our latest integration with Adobe Sign. Now, managers can receive notifications about new signature requests directly in their feeds and instantly review and sign documents.

Integration module for external form apps

In addition, Sapho 4.9 now supports embedding a page from a separate web application running on the same application server. For example, you could build a dynamic, multi-step wizard and then embed it directly into Sapho using our new Java integration module. As a result, organizations can leverage  more complex forms and workflows from external apps that extend beyond the capabilities of standard Sapho micro apps. You can find more detailed information about this new module, here.

Intuitive search with our new Look Up component

We’ve heard from our customers that there are many cases where employees need the ability to select a value from a long list of possible values, such as choosing a country to add to contact details in an employee directory. The new Look Up component can be used to search and select from large data sources, making it easier for employees to use micro apps to complete a task.

In addition, the Look Up component can also be used to find a value by searching for something else. For instance, a micro app can now be configured to allow an employee to enter a country in order to find an international dialing code to add to a contact phone number.

Enhanced button features with Stacked Button Actions

Starting in 4.9, you’ll see a brand new user interface when you open the action section of the button component. We’ve broken down the previous button options offered in Builder into more flexible core actions that can be linked together in a sequence. For example, you can now create a sequence after a button click that looks like this: Update Record, Run Events, Go to Page.

This means that you are no longer limited to the options of a particular action and you can even execute more actions at once. Simply select an action from the list to add it the action sequence and then expand it to set any properties it might have. The order of actions can be easily changed at any time by dragging and dropping them within the sequence.

More improvements to existing integrations

BMC Remedy integration

We’ve added support for BMC Remedy Incidents in Sapho 4.9. Now, you can create, browse, and update incidents right from Sapho. They will also receive notifications on any device, intranet, or messenger when the incident or assignment status changes.

G Suite Directory integration

We’ve rounded out our G Suite Directory Integration to support both standard and custom user attributes. Additionally, this integration now includes three new write back actions for basic user management.

Google Drive

Sapho now supports subfolders, document renaming, and deep linking. We also added additional enhancements to file uploading.

SAP Concur

In our latest release, we’ve made updates to make synchronizing expense data more efficient, including a new option to filter data by transaction date. Additionally, you can now add a comment when approving or rejecting an expense report.

These are some of our top highlights from Sapho Employee Experience Portal 4.9. Be sure to check out our free demos to see them in action for yourself.

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