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DocuSign Go-Live Process Is Now Automated

Great News – we just made going live with the DocuSign API a whole lot faster! As you may know, DocuSign requires all integrations to go through a review process, which used to take days…
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Uniting Tech Giants | DocuSign for Atlassian

An interview with Steven Kling, Principal of Product Development at Praecipio Consulting With DocuSign Momentum fast approaching, we sat down with Steven Kling, Principal of Product Development at Praecipio Consulting – makers of DocuSign for…
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DeveloperWeek 2017 Recap

At DocuSign we continually build and grow our developer community by participating in conferences, events, and hackathons. We were a proud sponsor of DeveloperWeek 2017 in San Francisco, from February 11-14. We were available at…
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Momentum Series: Developer Track

The DocuSign Momentum conference will be in San Francisco from May 3-4, 2017, and there’s so much planned for developers. We’re more than doubling the number of developer sessions, including both beginner and advanced, plus…
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Configuring NGINX for Mutual TLS

NGINX (pronounced “engine-x”) is a popular webserver with a focus on speed and performance. The server is open source, and the NGINX company provides optional paid support for commercial customers. A Disclaimer Do not rely…
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Stuytown Increases Efficiency in Apartment Leasing and Reduces Paper by 90% with DocuSign eSignature API

Stuytown Property Services manages an 11,246-unit residential rental development in Manhattan. For the initial implementation of DocuSign, Stuytown focused on their vacancy lease applications, which represent more than 2,000 leases per year. Leasing is Paper…
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Eastern Bank Challenges the Status Quo in Bank Lending by Implementing the DocuSign eSignature API to Digitize Processes

Eastern Bank has been in business for 198 years. In fact, it is the oldest mutual bank in the United States. Banking is a traditionally conservative industry – resistant to change. However, customer expectations of…
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