The time has almost come to say goodbye to 2016. Here at DocuSign, it’s been a monumental year full of milestones. But before we break out the bubbly, don our masquerade masks, gaze upon the fireworks show, and usher in 2017, let’s take a look back at the top 5 blog posts of 2016.
Looking Ahead: 5 Technology Trends That Will Shape the Life Sciences Industry in 2016 and Beyond
We kicked off the year with insights from DocuSign’s own VP of Healthcare and Life Sciences, Ellen Reily, on the technology-driven developments that would occur in 2016. Featured in PharmaVOICE’s Year in Preview: 2016 The Year Ahead, Ellen offered her thoughts on the BRAIN initiative, patient/caregiver empowerment, data-driven marketing, and more. Hear more of Ellen’s thoughts here.
“Hack-for-Good” at the MOMENTUM’16 Conference
During DocuSign’s MOMENTUM’16 Conference, DocuSign and Team Rubicon joined forces with attending developers to help create potential apps for a variety of disaster response needs, including volunteer registration and onboarding, mobile embedded signing, Box integration, and more. Check out the full post here.
The New eIDAS Regulation and its Impact in North America
eIDAS was a pivotal event in 2016. DocuSign’s Director of Product Management, Marshall Nam, shared what the new regulation would promise in terms of making cross-border trusted transactions easier, and how the DocuSign platform would remain the trusted global platform for providing secure online digital transaction management. Hear more on eIDAS here.
It’s about time you collect your hard-earned money and get paid sooner with DocuSign Payments
In October, we announced some very exciting news: DocuSign Payments will be released in early 2017. Using the trusted DocuSign platform, businesses and individuals will be able to collect signatures and payments simultaneously in a single step. Want to learn more about Payments?
DocuSign now enabled with Google Docs Android Add-Ons
Our final blog post discussed an exciting new integration “Docs and Sheets Android Add-ons.” With this integration, users can pull up documents saved in their Google Docs app on Android and directly prepare the document to sign themselves or even send to others to get their signatures. See the full post here.
The only thing left to say?
2017, we’re ready for you!