Docusign Momentum Sydney event 2019: wrap up

This September saw the first ever Docusign Momentum Sydney 2019 event take the city by storm, with delegates at the venue and joining from outside Sydney via the live-stream. We heard from Docusign leaders and market-leading Docusign customers, while guests could enjoy learning labs, demos and an in-depth look behind the curtain at the Docusign product roadmap.


A huge shout out the the day’s sponsors: Salesforce, Ingram Micro, Cloud Winc and Intelledox. It’s great to have such incredible partners that are true digital leaders.

Expo and learning lab sessions:

The Expo floor was a buzzing hive of activity throughout the day. Demo pods showcasing products, features and partners excited attendees as they were able to have specific questions answered by our expert team.

Attendees also had the opportunity to participate in one or all three of the learning lab sessions that took place during the half day event. These learning lab sessions saw Docusign experts walk through:

  • Understanding basic template creation and creating a PowerForm from a template
  • Branding a Docusign account
  • Working with button fields, boxes and fields with conditions

Treework session:

The Treeworks activation took viewers through a connected journey of a real business use, showcasing the Docusign Agreement Cloud in action at each phase of the agreement process; prepare, sign, act and manage. 

Docusign - Momentum Sydney © Photo by Salty Dingo 2019


Docusign, Chief Operating Officer, Scott Olrich delivered a high paced keynote, announcing the Docusign Agreement Cloud vision. Scott explained that every business has a system of agreement, whether they realise or not - it’s just not built for today’s speed of business. Today’s consumer demands a digital experience. Not many people have the capabilities or the desire to print, sign, scan and fax agreements and businesses need to evolve. The Docusign Agreement Cloud bridges this gap by reducing friction from old-school agreement processes. 



Product Vision & Roadmap:

Anchit Sathi, Vice President of Product Management, Docusign, along with Sales Executive and demo driver, Martin Rippel, walked through the Docusign product vision and roadmap. Anchit revealed plans to broaden the product offering to cover each phase of a system of agreement.

Anchit was then joined onstage by Derek Laney, Head of Solutions & Product Marketing, Salesforce to talk about modernising the way businesses conduct agreements. 

Docusign - Momentum Sydney © Photo by Salty Dingo 2019


Customer panels

Jacqui Sargent-Gillett, Head of Commercial Sales Development APAC, Docusign, lead an interesting customer panel talking about digital transformation across a range of verticals. Each Docusign customer explained how their teams are making small changes that lead to a big impact and some of the successes they have seen.


Alex Butterworth, Snr Legal Counsel, McDonald’s

David Carr, Commercial Business Affairs, ABC

Keryn Paviour-Smith, GM HR Services & Operations, News Corp Australia

Nadia Pertot, Director of Customer & Sales Operations, Domain


Docusign for Forests 

On the expo floor attendees had the opportunity to capture the day using the Docusign for Forests photobooth. Many happy snaps were digitally sent and shared.

Docusign - Momentum Sydney © Photo by Salty Dingo 2019

Docusign - Momentum Sydney © Photo by Salty Dingo 2019

Stephanie Watson, Marketing Development Representative at Docusign walked through the importance of the Docusign for Forests programme in Australia. Scott Olrich then presented James Forbes, CEO, Jane Goodall Foundation Australia with a whopping $47,000. 

Docusign - Momentum Sydney © Photo by Salty Dingo 2019

Watch it on demand: here.

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