DocuSign Talks Social Responsibility
Since 2003, DocuSign has emerged as one of the most innovative technology companies in the world. Having raised over $443 million in financing, DocuSign's capabilities
Since 2003, DocuSign has emerged as one of the most innovative technology companies in the world. Having raised over $443 million in financing, DocuSign’s capabilities include authentication services, user identity management and workflow automation. DocuSign is now the leader in electronic signature technology and Digital Transaction Management services for the purpose of expediting electronic exchanges of contracts and signed documents.
San Fransisco brand manager, Russell Robinson puts it simply, “We help businesses, especially real estate, healthcare and insurance, to get their customers to sign things on the computer, on their phones, wherever they go.”
We stress that you can DocuSign and Go!
The key to DocuSign’s immense success is due, in large part, to its focus on ease and convenience.
“Our new campaign is ‘DocuSign and Go’. We stress that you can DocuSign and go about your business — do whatever you want to do. It saves you time and lets you get on with your life and move your business forward,” said Robinson.
DocuSign also believes in corporate and social responsibility.
“We actually have a foundation that we started called Impact. Its sole mission, its sole purpose is to give back and to make sure that we can use our time, energy, and resources to help in the community,” said Robinson.
Its sole purpose is to give back and to make sure that we can use our time, energy, and resources to help in the community.
Since it’s inception, just over a year ago, DocuSign has collaborated with numerous San Fransisco and Seattle-based charities. Most recently, DocuSign participated in a huge beach cleanup, and their passion of social advocacy extends beyond just their employees. A few months ago, DocuSign was looking for a promotional products vendor. Ultimately, they decided to partner with San Fransisco-based social enterprise, Social Imprints.
“It’s very important for us to align with other organizations to further our mission. It became very clear, when we began to evaluate our business requirements and the offerings of Social Imprints that they were the leaders, and we wanted to work with them. ” Robinson continues, “The icing on the cake for us was when we realized the social impact they have and how it aligns with our own social impact goals.”