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Practical tools to help you plan and execute your digital transformation

One thing we’ve been hearing from customers is that they want help accelerating use of their DocuSign solutions.  That’s initially why we created the Knowledge Market, a site dedicated to harnessing the best practices demonstrated…
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The Digital Revolution: Are Pharmaceuticals Falling Behind?

Arguably, no other industry is experiencing the depth of changes occurring in life sciences today. Including the United States, four of the G7 countries plus China and Brazil have recently passed significant legislation that changes…
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Control: You Want It, We’ve Got It

When deploying the DocuSign web application, customers large and small often ask how they can control what people are sending. Customer Success Architect Roshel Van Der Grinten explains several options in “DocuSign Web Application Deployment: Maximum Control of the Sending Process”.

Introducing Tasks, Our Biggest Update for Brokerages Yet

We all work differently. Some people prefer to multitask while others would rather focus on one thing at a time. Maybe you like to knock out the little things first, then set your sights on…
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What in the world is DTM? And why you should check it out.

As a relatively new hire at DocuSign, I still have the advantage of the “outsider’s perspective.” (It’s something I will try to maintain no matter how many years I’ve checked off here.) It’s with that…
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Why HR best practice starts with the offer letter

The UK economy is heating up, and the competition for hiring new talent is at fever pitch. We’re seeing small businesses grow in size and number, with staff being brought onboard rapidly to fill sales,…
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The Irish tech renaissance continues, and we’re excited to be a part of it

Dublin’s tech scene is thriving. Following in the (rather large) footprints of Facebook and Google, technology start-ups from all over the world are assembling in Dublin. AirBnB, Amazon, LinkedIn and Twitter, to name a few,…
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