After Ariba Sold for 4.3 Billion, Krach is Back to Replace Paper
Business Insider 07.25.2015 1 min read
At the age of 57, Keith Krach isn’t the prototypical young, brash college dropout CEO so often seen in Silicon Valley.
Still, Krach is leading one of the hottest startups in today’s tech scene, pushing through an epic career that spans over three decades.
Once the youngest VP in General Motors’ history, and the founder of two extremely successful startups, Krach is now the CEO of Docusign, a $3 billion e-signature company that wants to replace paper signing.