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DocuSign® is changing how business gets done by empowering more than 100,000 companies and more than 50 million users in 188 countries to sign, send and manage documents anytime, anywhere, on any device with confidence. The company widely replaces printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting documents with the easiest, fastest, most trusted way to make every approval and decision digital. Organizations of all sizes and industries are accelerating contracts, approvals and workflows with DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform and eSignature solution. DocuSign keeps life and business moving forward.
The DocuSign Global Network provides the freedom to finish business faster with the world’s most trusted electronic signature solution — anytime, anywhere, on any device — for businesses of every shape and size. The industries they serve is classified as: Accounting & Tax, Construction, Financial Services, Government, Healthcare, Higher Education, Insurance, Legal, Life Sciences and etc.
Quick Facts about DocuSign
Since its inception, the company has been credited of winning the trust of esteemed clients such as: 360 networks, DUPONT, Daily Deal, Box, AON, alliant and many more.
“I’ve got a great DocuSign customer story. I’m selling my house right now. I was in Buenos Aires, Argentina last week meeting with a prospect and finalized the offer on the house.”– Clint Oram,
Co-Founder & CTO, SugarCRM.
“DocuSign has become pervasive in our culture, enabling us to close deals in minutes instead of days. Our sales reps are more efficient, allowing them to close the loop and close the deal.”– Terry Connell Senior Vice President, Comcast.
“It is absolutely fair to say that DocuSign is helping to accelerate our business. As we use DocuSign more and more, it becomes a tool that we would struggle to do without.”– Simon Dowler, Misys General Counsel.
Knowing the Thought Leaders
Keith Krach, Chairman and CEO
Keith leads DocuSign’s high performance team to empower organizations large and small to go fully digital. DocuSign’s mission is to empower anyone to transact anything, anytime, anywhere, on any device — securely. The DocuSign Global Trust Network has more than 120,000 companies and more than 50 million users in 188 countries, with more than 50,000 new unique users joining every day.
Keith co-founded Ariba, serving as chairman and CEO. Keith is widely recognized as pioneering B2B Commerce and was recognized with the Technology Pioneer Award at the World Economic Forum in Davos. He was also named National Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young. Today, nearly $1 trillion of commerce is transacted through the Ariba network.
Keith started his career at GM as the youngest-ever vice president. He then joined the founding team of Rasna Corporation, which was sold to Parametric Technologies. Rasna transformed the mechanical computer-aided engineering (CAE) industry and Keith was recognized as an early pioneer within the Robotics industry.
Keith earned his B.S. degree in Engineering at Purdue University and his MBA at Harvard. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Board of Trustees at Purdue University. Keith is also the former chairman of the board at Angie’s List, former international president of Sigma Chi Fraternity, and one of the early founders and board members at XOJet.
Tom Gonser, Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
Tom founded DocuSign in 2003 with the goal of helping individuals and enterprises transact business more efficiently and securely with electronic signatures. Tom invented the cloud-based electronic signature, and has continually evolved DocuSign’s offering into a full Digital Transaction Management platform that serves all users from consumers to the largest multinational companies around the world. Before starting DocuSign, Tom was founder, president, and CEO at NetUPDATE, a leading online transaction management system that handled millions of mortgage transactions yearly. He also founded GPSFlight, a specialty GPS Telemetry software and Hardware Company that developed high-end tracking technology for business and military companies.
Prior to starting his own companies, Tom spent six years at Apple Computer in the Bay Area in Enterprise, Education, and VAR Sales during the late 1980s. In 1994, Tom was recruited to McCaw Cellular to create channel programs and partnerships for the first wireless data network where the smart phone industry was born. When AT&T acquired McCaw, Tom was director of marketing and strategic alliances. Additionally, he served as director of marketing for Wildfire Communications, a company famous for the speech-driven personal electronic assistant, where he managed strategic partnerships with Microsoft, Compaq, and others.
Tom earned a BA in Economics with an emphasis in Business Systems Analysis and Design from the University of Washington. Tom believes the best way to predict the future is to invent it.