date, DocuSign has earned the business of over 85 million people. DocuSign’s
Digital Transaction Management technology, which is simple to use and easy to
integrate into existing systems, has provided businesses with an alternative
for four traditional business processes, including printing, scanning, faxing,
and rush-delivery for signed documents.
more than 225,000 companies using DocuSign to conduct daily operations, the
Digital Transaction Management tools can have a big impact on companies across
many industries, including the following five major sectors of global business.
within the finance industry tend remain at the forefront of business practices
and technologies because their companies are built on maintaining trusted
relationships with clients. Clients tend to only trust companies that offer the
best services available to manage their finances. In order to gain this trust,
companies in the finance industry need to modernize and present customers with
viable proof of financial security.
DocuSign’s eSignature services, businesses in the finance industry can
accelerate the process of completing paperwork for loan agreements, opening bank
accounts, and fund management terms. DocuSign’s platform also allows the
clients of banks and other wealth management firms the freedom to work with
their representatives from any location, which increases convenience by
reducing the need for clients to travel to a physical location in order to
manage their finances.
of the most common complaints that physicians have about the modern medical
system is that it requires that they devote too much of their time to
completing paperwork. According to a 2014 study, the average physician in the
United States spends just over 16 percent of his or her time each
day filling out administrative forms and documents. The time spent completing
these forms could be used to see more patients, which is becoming a larger
issue with each new class of residents. One study from 2010 found that medical
interns were only able to spend about 8 minutes of face time with each patient
every day due to the many hours required to fill out paperwork.
provides the health care industry with a simple way to manage documents and
transactions digitally. Providing secure Digital Transaction Management services
that are HIPAA compliant, DocuSign can help medical professionals streamline
their paperwork processes, creating standard digital forms that are quicker to
fill out and easier to pull up on any device, as needed. Additionally,
DocuSign’s platform can be used to help doctors disseminate approvals for
medical orders more easily, improve patients’ access to records, and refill prescription.
validity of electronic signatures in the United States was established by the
approval of the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA) in 1999 and the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) in 2001.
Together, these acts form the basis of the argument that electronic signatures
are still binding and enforceable in spite of the fact that no hard copy
exists. However, certain methods of eSignature carry more weight and viability
than others. Documents that contain sensitive information or that are a part of
high-value, confidential transactions may require higher standards of authentication.
Thus, DocuSign offers a broad range of advanced authentication options.
agencies, ranging from the local to the international level, trust DocuSign to
accommodate the complex security needs of political institutions worldwide. The
DocuSign eSignature platform increases workflow, allowing government officials
to review and approve documents with greater speed, which means more satisfied
constituents. The platform is also available in over 40 languages, making it
easier to collaborate with international representatives.
Digital Transaction Management platform is an industry-leading technology that
meets the rigorous security standards that the government has set in the areas
of eSignatures, data storage and privacy, and payment security.
purpose of charitable nonprofit organizations is to improve the interests of
the broader public, which means its work must reach as many people as possible.
The most significant challenge facing nonprofits is a shortage of resources. A
lack of funding often inhibits the growth of charitable initiatives, yet
communities in need continue to grow with the global population at an
DocuSign can help nonprofits extend their available resources just a little further,
simplifying office processes and freeing up more time for employees to perform
other tasks that directly contribute to the cause. Reduced administrative costs
resulting from paperless operations can mean lower office
supply expenses and a more advanced and faster way for people to pledge
donations on any device. Grant applications and gift agreements can be approved
within minutes. Volunteer forms and liability waivers can be completed online
so members can show up to a project ready to devote their time to hands-on work
instead of paperwork.
order to demonstrate its commitment to corporate responsibility, DocuSign also
offers a discount on its Digital Transaction Management platform to qualifying
nonprofit organizations through its program DocuSign Impact.
Working within the confines of the justice
system, legal professionals need a product that will meet high security
standards and that will be lawfully admissible in court. Firms of any size can
use DocuSign’s signature solutions to make case management more convenient for
clients and more efficient for attorneys. Documents such as power of attorney
statements, confidentiality agreements, and employment contracts can easily be
signed and completed through a clean and easy-to-use interface.