written by Robert DeFrancesco
Organizations are steadily moving to adopt e-signatures, replacing the slow and expensive paper-based agreement process. A major beneficiary of this trend, DocuSign(DOCU), the leading player in the e-signature market, is on track this year to deliver top-line growth above 30%.
written by Steven Ehrlich
Given the core facets of DocuSign’s business and its research into blockchain technology and smart contracts, the San Francisco-based company is in an unrivaled position to assess their utility and applicability to the needs of today’s businesses. Still, the road to blockchain adoption has not been a straight line, and the company’s plans face many of the same hurdles that other potential adopters are trying to clear.
article by DocuSign
To offer companies insight into the latest trends and best practices for handling contracts in the modern workplace—and to help them optimize their processes as a result—DocuSign (NASDAQ: DOCU) today released the fifth annual "State of Contract Management" report.
written by Hugo Moreno
Way back when organizations started adopting computers to support business, many observers predicted that the 21st century would see the dawn of the “paperless office.” Yet, as anyone who works in an office can testify, the flood of paperwork persists.
written by Mike Kappel
When you run a business, you are probably looking for every possible way to streamline operations, cut costs, and save precious time. Have you tried moving toward a paperless business? The benefits of going paperless in the office could surprise you.