New Delhi: Software Alliance BSA on Wednesday announced that the pioneer and global standard for eSignature and Digital Transaction Management ( DTM), DocuSign has become its newest member.
It announced joining of Reggie Davis, General Counsel and Chief Legal Officer at DocuSign, as BSA’s new board of directors.
“Our company helps individuals and organizations of all sizes, industries and geographies to quickly, easily, and securely transact business digitally,” said Davis.
“As our business continues to experience rapid global adoption and hyper growth, we recognize the need for a thoughtful presence before Congress and the Administration to design and further policies that will contribute to the success and advancement of our digital economy,” he added.
“We’re so pleased to welcome DocuSign to BSA,” said President and CEO of BSA, Victoria Espinel.
“Ninety percent of business leaders cite data innovation as one of the key resources and a key differentiator for business, on par with basic resources like land, labor, and capital. DocuSign demonstrates how software can have enormous benefits in multiple areas of a business; in addition to streamlining and improving processes by eliminating the paper signature, DocuSign’s tools have saved more than 10 billion pieces of paper,” added Espinel.
Headquartered in San Francisco, DocuSign is changing how business gets done by empowering more than 300,000 companies and more than 200 million users in 188 countries to sign, send and manage agreements anytime, anywhere, on any device. DocuSign replaces printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting documents with the easiest, fastest, most trusted way to make every approval and decision digital.
Organizations who use DocuSign achieve faster speed to results, lower cost, increased security and compliance, better customer experiences and improved environmental sustainability. On average, 85 percent of transactions are completed via DocuSign in less than one day; 64 percent in less than one hour; and 53 percent in 15 minutes or less – dramatically faster than the days or weeks typically required with paper.
On average, DocuSign delivers USD 36.44 in value per document to customers – including hard dollar savings, productivity improvements and revenue gains – over paper methods. (ANI)