Twenty-twelve was a good year for Keith Krach’s DocuSign, which has exploded with success in the past twelve months. The software company isn’t just finding itself at the top of the eSignature industry—it’s also been honored with several awards this year.
Inc. has recently released its Hire Power Awards, which honor businesses and entrepreneurs who are providing the most job opportunities to Americans. In doing so, those companies are not just helping the U.S. economy get back on track—they are restoring Americans’ lives. DocuSign was #2 in Washington State, creating a total of 137 new jobs, taking its employment up to 182.
DocuSign was also honored by ITSMA, which is the leading marketing association for technology, communications, and professional services providers. The association honored it’s 2012 Marketing Excellence Awards winners, bestowing DocuSign with the Gold Award for generating and nurturing leads.
Not only has DocuSign managed to make its way to the top, but it has also stayed there for some time. Red Herring, a global media company, seeks out the world’s most innovative technology-focused companies, investors, and businesspeople. This year, DocuSign was honored with a repeat Red Herring Top 100 Global Award, which recognizes that DocuSign is still one of the world’s most innovative entrepreneurial enterprises in the world.
DocuSign has been a creative and necessary solution in a world that is becoming more and more dependent on technology. Paper signatures have found themselves becoming outdated, easy to lose, expensive, and sometimes difficult to attain. The entry of eSignatures has made it possible to attain accurate records and signatures quickly and securely.
- Incredible MOMENTUM Following DocuSign 2014 Conference
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- Microsoft and DocuSign announce partnership to bring eSignature capabilities to Office 356 customers
- DocuSign MOMENTUM to Reveal Strategies for 100% Digital Business Transformation
- DocuSign Applauds FHA’s New eSignature Requirements for Lenders
- Keith Krach Discusses the Death of Handwritten Signatures on “Bloomberg Surveillance”
- DocuSign for Salesforce
- DocuSign Names Gordon Payne as Chief Operating Officer and Vivian Macdonald as Chief Accounting Officer
- DocuSign CEO Keith Krach Interviews with Fortune Tech on Risk and Success
- DocuSign Launches DocuSign Express Digital Signatures and Expands Mobile Leadership