July 30, 2016 7:05 PM ET

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Company Overview of DocuSign, Inc.

Company Overview

DocuSign, Inc. provides digital transaction management platform and eSignature solution. The company offers Digital Transaction Management, a cloud-based software that helps individuals and organizations to manage approvals, decisions, contracts, and workflows digitally. Its platform serves facilities, finance, human resources, IT/operations, legal, marketing, procurement, product management, sales, and support departments in accounting and tax, construction, financial services, government, healthcare, higher education, insurance, legal, life sciences, mortgage, nonprofit, real estate, staffing, and technology industries in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 20...

221 Main Street

Suite 1000

San Francisco, CA 94105

United States

Founded in 2003



Key Executives for DocuSign, Inc.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 59
Chief Financial Officer
Age: 51
Chief Operating Officer
President of Worldwide Field Operations
Age: 58
Chief Legal Officer and General Counsel
Age: 53
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

DocuSign, Inc. Key Developments

Zycus Inc. Integrates with DocuSign Inc. to Streamline Contract Management

Zycus announced that it has integrated DocuSign, Inc. eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) into the Zycus iContract platform. The integration will give businesses greater efficiency in managing the entire contract management process for faster speed to results, lower costs, increased security and compliance, and a better experience for customers, partners, suppliers and employees. The integration with DocuSign will bring a significant boost to the Zycus suite, enhancing the already comprehensive Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution to enable business organizations of all sizes to efficiently author, manage, monitor and sign contracts 100% digitally – with an unprecedented ease of integration with their existing business processes. Zycus users will benefit from the features and functionality of DocuSign’s DTM platform and eSignature solution to make each contract signing process fast, easy and secure. Contract authors will have the flexibility to: customize signature blocks at both company and user level; sequence signers for individual contracts; provide custom placement of the signature block, initials, signature, full name etc. inside the contract on every page; and replicate entire signature blocks anywhere in a contract with just a click. Such process automation has notable benefits, as per research carried out by DocuSign, including: Faster speed to results: Accelerate contract signings with 84% of transactions completed within 1 day, 62% within 1 hour. Lower Costs: Remove the need to print, fax, scan and overnight paper documents to transact business, saving companies, on average $36.44 per document. This is also applicable in case the company is using a supplier template as custom signature blocks can be adapted to external templates as well.

SmartRecruiters Integrates with DocuSign's DTM and eSignature to Offer Paperless and New Hire Process

SmartRecruiters announced that it has integrated the DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign) Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform and eSignature solution into its Talent Acquisition Platform to drive a more seamless offer management experience for both candidates and recruiters. With the SmartRecruiters’ integration with DocuSign, recruiting professionals can now easily: Send offers to candidates in one seamless flow, add multiple signers with executive, candidate and recipient signing roles, stay up to date with notifications when candidates open, view and sign offers, take advantage of preset signing locations to customize templates, add multiple documents for signature including NDA’s, benefits forms and more, and provide a fully mobile optimized signing experience for candidates.

French Ministries Choose DocuSign as Part of Drive to Digitize Administrative Procedures

part of its 2020 Digital France initiative (2020 France numérique Plan), the French government has chosen DocuSign, Inc. for eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) to support its move to 100% digital processes. The adoption of new 100% digital measures by the French Government will help simplify access to public services across several administrations.

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