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Customer Spotlight: DocuSign for Microsoft in Government

In a guest blog post last week, Erika Cheley from Microsoft’s State and Local Government team offered her insights on the value Microsoft customers find from implementing DocuSign with Office 365 and SharePoint. As mentioned…
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Tips for Real Estate: 3 Ways to Utilize the Integration between zipForm® and DocuSign Transaction Rooms

The last year brought some extensive improvements to the integration between zipForm® and DocuSign Transaction Rooms (DTR), including full form editing capabilities within a Transaction Room. Recently, we added the ability for users to fill…
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National Signing Day is February 3: How we transitioned into sports signing

Rejoice sports fans: Wednesday, February 3 is National Signing Day, which means a new wave of talented athletes will be scrawling across the dotted line to secure their place as football players in the NCAA. …
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Your 2016 Digital Health Resolution

It’s no secret that the healthcare industry is in the midst of a rapid transformation. A mobile patient base is demanding better data, transparency, and tools to make care decisions, while health exchanges and higher…
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The Executive Briefing Center: A Conversation with Marnie Merriam

To kick off our MOMENTUM’16 blog series, we sat down with Marnie Merriam, DocuSign’s Senior Manager for the Executive Briefing Center (EBC). Merriam explains how the EBC helps clients accelerate their digital transformation by providing…
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Big Game Sunday: 5 Ways to DocuSign

The NFL Experience has touched down in San Francisco and we’re expecting the football fandom any moment near our SF Headquarters. And while business will likely be the last thing on your mind come Sunday the…
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Making Government Faster, Friendlier, and More Efficient with Microsoft and DocuSign

By Erika Cheley, Director of Cloud Technologies for Microsoft’s State and Local Government organization “Moving at the speed of government” is rarely viewed as a positive attribute.  Anyone who has worked in government or tried…
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