(Bloomberg) -- Salesforce.com Inc. isn’t wasting any time putting its new acquisitions to use in a bid to strengthen its business software against larger rivals such as Microsoft Corp. New products unveiled Tuesday will blend the company’s services with Quip, the document company Salesforce purchased in August for about $600 million.

Salesforce will enable customers to place data and records from its services inside Quip’s spreadsheets and word-processing documents, the company announced at its annual Dreamforce conference in San Francisco. The integration also makes it simple for clients to sign into Quip and provides features that make it easy to access or create files from within Salesforce.

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