Every year we bring together some of the industry’s brightest minds to examine, discover and share the future of technology – and this year is no different, as DocuSign MOMENTUM’16 is now officially open for registration!

Taking place from April 5-7 at San Francisco’s Union Square, this year’s MOMENTUM conference is driven by one key theme: imagine what you can do.

Against that backdrop, thought leaders from across business and technology will address the ways that eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) are helping businesses of all sizes and industries transform to make every decision, approval, workflow and signature digital.

We expect upwards of 2,500 attendees engaged in keynotes, breakout sessions and networking conversations, discussing the possibilities that lie ahead by making the digital transformation – from changing the way business is done to enhancing the customer experience, making employees’ work more rewarding and valuable, and improving their bottom line.

Those who’ve attended DocuSign MOMENTUM before will be familiar with the strength of the keynote and breakout session line up – and again, this year is no different. Not only will we have the very best of DocuSign’s executive leadership team on stage, we’ll also be hearing from executive leaders at Equifax, Microsoft and T-Mobile, among many, many others.

We’re also proud to have Fortune magazine as our media partner for DocuSign MOMENTUM’16. Attendees will hear from Time’s group EVP and CTO, Colin Bodell, and gain valuable insights from panel discussions hosted by industry veteran and Fortune senior writer Michal Lav-Ram

We’ll be sharing more details about the conference – as well as the other events happening alongside DocuSign MOMENTUM’16 – over the next few weeks. For now, mark the dates on your calendar and visit https://momentum.docusign.com/san-francisco/en to take advantage of our early bird registration price of just $799 for a full conference pass.

We look forward to seeing you in San Francisco, and to imagining what you can do.

— Anne-Marie Meredith, Director of Strategic Events

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