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DocuSign Summary

Overview

DocuSign is a company that develops an electronic signature platform. It enables companies to securely complete online transactions. As part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud, the platform also provides data collection, retrieval, data storage, user authentication options, real-time negotiation, and collaboration tools.

TypePublic
Founded2003
HQSan Francisco, CA, USMap
Websitedocusign.com
Employee Ratings
4.7
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Overall CultureDMore

Locations

DocuSign is headquartered in
San Francisco, United States

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Company Growth (employees)

Employees (est.) (Jan 2020)3,909(+29%)
Job Openings306
Website Visits (Oct 2020)26 m
Revenue (FY, 2020)$974 M(+39%)
Share Price (Dec 2020)$215.7(-5%)
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at DocuSign

DocuSign Office Locations

DocuSign has offices in San Francisco, Charlotte, Chicago, Harrison and in 17 other locations

DocuSign Financials and Metrics

DocuSign Revenue

DocuSign's revenue was reported to be $973.97 m in FY, 2020 which is a 38.9% increase from the previous period.

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Revenue (Q2, 2021)$323.64 m
Gross profit (Q2, 2021)$258.91 m
Gross profit margin (Q2, 2021), %80.0%
Market capitalization (01-Dec-2020)$42.2 b
Closing stock price(01-Dec-2020)$215.71
Cash (31-Jul-2020)$404.26 m
EV $42.48 b

DocuSign's current market capitalization is $42.2 b.

USDFY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Revenue518.5 m701 m974 m
Revenue growth, %35%39%
Cost of goods sold118.3 m192.4 m243.2 m
Gross profit400.2 m508.5 m730.7 m
USDQ1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021Q2, 2021
Revenue155.8 m167 m178.4 m214 m235.6 m249.5 m297 m323.6 m
Cost of goods sold58.3 m36.4 m45.1 m52 m61.2 m62 m74 m64.7 m
Gross profit97.5 m130.7 m133.3 m161.9 m174.4 m187.5 m223 m258.9 m
Gross profit Margin, %63%78%75%76%74%75%75%80%
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USDFY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Cash256.9 m517.8 m241.2 m
Accounts Receivable123.8 m174.5 m237.8 m
Current Assets418.8 m984.5 m943.9 m
PP&E63 m75.8 m128.3 m
USDQ1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021Q2, 2021
Cash269.4 m818.8 m1.1 b236.5 m224.3 m197.7 m442.2 m404.3 m
Accounts Receivable104.1 m108.4 m130.6 m117.1 m138.7 m159.5 m220.6 m224.5 m
Prepaid Expenses52.2 m
Current Assets415.7 m968.1 m1.3 b922.1 m943.5 m869.4 m1 b968 m
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USDFY, 2018FY, 2019FY, 2020
Net Income(52.3 m)(426.5 m)(208.4 m)
Depreciation and Amortization31.8 m38 m50.2 m
Accounts Receivable(28.1 m)(42.6 m)(63.3 m)
Accounts Payable2.9 m(7.4 m)3.8 m
USDQ1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020Q1, 2021Q2, 2021
Net Income(270.7 m)(307.4 m)(360.2 m)(45.7 m)(114.4 m)(161 m)(47.8 m)(112.4 m)
Depreciation and Amortization8.6 m15.7 m26 m12 m24.3 m36.9 m14 m32 m
Accounts Receivable19.6 m15.4 m1.4 m57.4 m35.9 m15.1 m17.2 m25.2 m
Accounts Payable(7.2 m)(5 m)(6 m)282 k1.6 m2.3 m(2.6 m)6.3 m
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USD
Q2, 2021
EV/CFO226.0 x
Financial Leverage4.1 x
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Revenue Breakdown

DocuSign revenue breakdown by business segment: 5.7% from Professional Services and Other and 94.3% from Subscription

DocuSign revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 17.6% from International and 82.4% from United States

DocuSign Operating Metrics

DocuSign's Enterprise Customers was reported to be 85 k in Q1, 2021.

FY, 2018Q1, 2019Q2, 2019Q3, 2019FY, 2019Q1, 2020Q2, 2020Q3, 2020FY, 2020Q1, 2021
Enterprise Customers40 k40 k45 k50 k55 k60 k60 k65 k70 k85 k
Retention Rate115.00%
Customers370 k400 k425 k450 k475 k500 k535 k560 k585 k660 k
Billings$599.14 m$168.88 m$172.16 m$197.98 m$801.37 m$214.96 m$252.36 m$269.4 m$1.1 b$342.05 m

DocuSign Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Liveoak TechnologiesJuly 07, 2020$38 m
Seal SoftwareFebruary 28, 2020$188 m
SpringCMAugust 02, 2018$220 m
Estate AssistSeptember 25, 2015
ARXMarch 11, 2015
Comprova.comMarch 10, 2014
CartaviMay 15, 2013
Algorithmic Research Ltd.
ARX Technologies UK Limited
Comprova.com Informática Ltda.

Human Capital Metrics

DocuSign Hiring Categories

DocuSign Median Salaries

Source: 6 public H-1B filings from DocuSign

DocuSign Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

80/100

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DocuSign Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

CSRHub ESG ratingPremium dataset

40-49

out of 100

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DocuSign Website Traffic

Alexa Website Rank

Total Visits per monthSimilarWeb

DocuSign Online and Social Media Presence

Twitter followers

163.39 k Twitter followers

6 Months

DocuSign has 163.39 k Twitter Followers. The number of followers has increased 0.02% month over month and increased 0.06% quarter over quarter.

DocuSign's Trends

Search term - DocuSign

Twitter Engagement Stats for @DocuSign

  • 48 k

    Tweets

  • 27.36 k

    Following

  • 163.39 k

    Followers

  • 110

    Tweets last 30 days

  • 6.2

    Avg. likes per Tweet

  • 97.27%

    Tweets with engagement

DocuSign Technology StackBuildWith Logo

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DocuSign Company CultureCultureAndCompensation Logo

  • Overall Culture

    D

    55/100

  • CEO Rating

    B

    72/100

  • Compensation

    D

    55/100

  • Diversity

    D

    56/100

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DocuSign News and Updates

Dec 01, 2020
Earnings Preview: What To Expect From DocuSign On Thursday
_3xOCqDocuSign is schedule to report earnings after Thursday's close. Here's what to expect...
Nov 30, 2020
5 companies snapping up legal tech startups, like DocuSign and Wolters Kluwer, lay out their M&A strategies as the space heats up
_3xOCq Summary List PlacementThe legal tech market isn't just disrupting the way law firms do their work — it's also shaking up the way investments and acquisitions are made. Although traditional investors like venture capitalists and private equity funds are still pouring in money into the space, more legal tech companies themselves are taking on the mantle of strategic investors as they look to grow their businesses. E-signature and agreements platform DocuSign, for example, participated in the $3.2 million funding round for BlackBoiler, an AI-powered contracts review software, in October. "When you look at players like DocuSign, you're seeing the definition of what constitutes a strategic investor in the legal market expanding," said Scott Mozarsky, a managing director at investment bank JEGI. "People need to do it in order to differentiate themselves, and the quickest way to do that is to acquire." Read more: Legal-tech startups are catching the eye of DocuSign and other big strategic investors. These 21 deals showcase how a huge consolidation wave is underway. Demand for legal tech has only spiked with remote work amid the coronavirus pandemic, and strategic investors are responding accordingly. "Since we can't do everything ourselves to deliver on what our customers need, we're more open to partnering than ever before," said the CEO and cofounder of Rocket Lawyer, Charley Moore. Business Insider spoke with five legal tech companies about their acquisition strategies for growth. Here's an inside look into what they look for in a startup:SEE ALSO: Legal-tech startups are catching the eye of DocuSign and other big strategic investors. These 21 deals showcase how a huge consolidation wave is underway. SEE ALSO: How Big Law firms like Baker McKenzie and Polsinelli are teaming up with legal tech companies to battle increasing competition in the market SEE ALSO: Meet 10 investors who are pouring money into legal-tech startups, from Silicon Valley VCs to Big Law firms DocuSign Acquisitions: Liveoak Technologies, Seal Software, SpringCM Investments: BlackBoiler, Clause.io, Pactum E-signature and cloud agreement company, DocuSign, has been making waves with its investments and acquisitions, including participating in the recent $3.2 million funding round of BlackBoiler, a contract-editing startup. "Whether we build, buy, or partner, DocuSign is always looking at the best technology to simplify and accelerate the process for managing the agreement process — whether specifically in legal technology, or further afield," explained Jim Wagner, vice president of agreement cloud strategy at DocuSign. DocuSign's strategic investments and acquisitions are aimed toward doubling down on the space it currently dominates: agreements. Seal Software, for instance, which it acquired for $188 million in May this year, uses AI to extract and analyze data in contracts, while SpringCM, acquired in September 2018 for $220 million, generates documents, stores them in the cloud, and manages contract lifecycle processes. Wagner added that most of their investments and acquisitions are built upon existing partnerships. For example, prior to its July 2020 acquisition of Liveoak Technologies, DocuSign had already integrated its e-signature technologies with Liveoak's agreement-collaboration platform. With the acquisition, Wagner said that it's now able to accelerate the launch of DocuSign eNotary, its remote online notarization offering — especially timely given the pandemic. Read more: Check out the 14-page pitch deck that a contract-editing startup used to nab $3.2 million from investors including DocuSign Wolters Kluwer Acquisitions: TyMetrix, Datacert, Legisway, CLM Matrix, Vcorp Services, Enablon, Triad Professional Services, Effacts, National Registered Agents, Inc. Wolters Kluwer is one of the biggest investors across various industries, offering information and software solutions for sectors ranging from health and finance to legal and compliance. The company has four businesses focused on legal tech, which themselves were grown out of a series of strategic acquisitions, according to Jonah Paransky, executive vice president of Wolters Kluwer's enterprise legal management (ELM) group. Wolters Kluwer's business model can be summed up as "a combination of investment of organic development and strategic acquisitions," said Paransky. The group he heads, ELM Solutions, was formed with the 2014 acquisition of TyMetrix, an e-billing and legal matter management software. It then bought another enterprise legal management platform, Datacert, the same year, to boost its existing offerings, before deciding to enter the contract lifecycle management space with the acquisition of CLM Matrix, a contract software, in 2019. When eyeing a new market, Paransky said that he considers Wolters Kluwer's level of experience, customer base, and the competitiveness of that market. "We decided to acquire CLM Matrix because we had less organic experience in that space," explained Paransky. "And so we believed we needed to learn the market through an existing company with a strong base of customers and tried-and-true technology." There are three things that Paransky looks for in a good company. The first is that it offers a "differentiated value for their customers." The second, strong financial management, and the third, cultural fit. "We're seeing significant growth in the legal tech market," Paransky said. "It's a very exciting time for growth." Clio Acquisition: Lexicata Though it's only acquired one company so far, Clio, a cloud-based software platform that helps law firms manage cases and client relationships, has long actively integrated its platform with the technologies of other, smaller companies, explained Jack Newton, Clio's CEO and cofounder. Its acquisition of Lexicata in October 2018, in fact, was borne out of an "integration partnership" with Clio. Lexicata, a client intake solution, already offered a "value-add extension" of Clio's offerings, all of which are primarily aimed toward boosting law firms' client relationship management. Given the synergies — including hundreds of shared customers and a shared central tenet —  "it made acquiring them a very natural next step," said Newton. "With integration ecosystems, you have different kinds of value propositions, and we want a company that integrates but also offers a different kind of function that adds to Clio's platform," Newton added. Prior to acquiring Lexicata, Clio didn't have a client intake product, which automates and organizes new clients' information. In 2020, over 20% of new revenue at Clio has come from Grow (which Lexicata has been renamed), according to the company. Read more: 'This is adapt or die time': Tech-savvy law firms make nearly 40% more in revenue than old-school ones — here's how new tools are helping lawyers get ahead Newton said that Clio has chosen not to make equity investments in other companies because it realized there's a lot of "administrative overhead" to owning equity stakes in numerous smaller startups. Instead, Clio uses the $1 million investment fund it set up a few years ago in initiatives like its annual Launch//Code Developers Competition. The "Shark Tank-like" competition is aimed "to drive innovation on the Clio platform, and provides a $100,000 prize to the winning legal tech startup. Clio "absolutely" plans on further expanding its "integration ecosystem," said Newton. "It still feels like we're in early days on that front, but there are so many exciting opportunities for technology to be applied to help lawyers be more productive and deliver a better client experience. It's more than any one company can do, and we'll need a whole army of companies to drive that innovation forward." Intapp Acquisitions: Advanced Productivity Software, The Frayman Group, Rekoop, DealCloud, Gwabbit, OnePlace Intapp is a firm management system that provides companies with end-to-end business products, from timekeeping to conflicts review. The company has made a series of acquisitions over the years to expand its reach from the legal sector into other industries like finance and marketing, said Thad Jampol, the legal tech company's cofounder and chief product officer. Jampol said that the decision to start expansion came toward the end of 2012, following an investment of an undisclosed amount from Great Hill Partners, a private equity firm, which enabled Intapp to become "more aggressive" with its growth strategy. "We're an R&D company at heart, so organic development has been and continues to be our primary form of innovation growth," Jampol explained. "M&A is one way to augment that vision." Intapp has two primary pillars in its investment philosophy: to look for smaller tech acquisitions that accelerate existing development plans on the one hand, and, on the other, to look for existing companies in spaces they compete in to drive Intapp's leadership in that area. By acquiring Advanced Productivity Software, a timekeeping platform, in 2013, for example, Intapp was able to boost its existing time billing product, which was further enhanced with the purchase of Rekoop, a time capture software, in 2016. Read more: These are the 10 hottest legal tech startups that have raised a combined $1.4 billion in VC funding from investors like Bessemer Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz DealCloud and Gwabbit, both management platforms, were two acquisitions that enabled Intapp to penetrate the financial services and professional services industries, respectively. Jampol said that it's been Intapp's goal to expand into other industries "for a very long time." "We always knew that our technology was broadly applicable, but we wanted to be very disciplined about it. Intapp's not meant to be a horizontal solution for 40 to 50 industries," explained Jampol. Instead, its target clients are "knowledge-based ones," like law firms, investment banks, accounting, and consulting firms. The "in" in "Intapp" stands for "integration," summarizing the company's goal to consolidate what he views as a "fragmented" legal marketplace, where individual firms and attorneys use hundreds of different smaller tech solutions. Jampol said that Intapp "absolutely" plans on continuing to grow through strategic acquisitions. Rocket Lawyer Acquisitions: LawPivot, SlidePay Since it was founded in 2008, Rocket Lawyer, a platform that provides small- to medium-sized businesses with online legal services like contract review and real estate agreements, has since expanded by acquiring two legal tech startups. The first acquisition was of LawPivot, a legal Q&A service that sought to be the "Quora for legal advice," in 2013. Charley Moore, founder and CEO of Rocket Lawyer, said that he'd gotten to know the founder of LawPivot, Jay Mandal, at various Google Ventures events, and found that there was a strong strategic fit between the two companies, which were both aimed at connecting businesses to lawyers. Moore said he knew it was time to expand Rocket Lawyer at that point because they'd achieved some scale, had access to capital from investors like Google Ventures and Morgan Stanley, and were growing fast, and were thus looking to acquire talent. He added that today, the company has been profitable for some time now, and is seeing a boost in revenue, enabling them to make investments out of positive cash flow. Rocket Lawyer then acquired SlidePay, a payment platform similar to Square, in 2014. "At that time, we processed millions of e-commerce transactions at Rocket Lawyer, and SlidePay enabled us to get some know-how and to advance our payment processing platform to the next level," explained Moore. With the boost through SlidePay's payment technology, Rocket Lawyer was able to develop its own blockchain contract payments system, Rocket Wallet, which is currently in beta testing. Moore said Rocket Lawyer plans to make more acquisitions and investments, "if they're smart." He looks for three things in a company: cultural fit, a shared vision, and, above all, product-market fit.  "Something that resonates with me is, 'You can do anything, but you can't do everything,'" said Moore. "We recognize that we're good at a few things — legal documentation, digital signatures, digital attorney advice… Beyond that, we know that our customers need more, and we seek to do win-win partnerships with innovators that can fill those gaps."
Nov 19, 2020
Whale Rock dumps DocuSign, but adds to big e-commerce bet — here are the fund's top holdings
_3xOCqAlex Sacerdote's hedge fund moved away from one of its big work-from-home bets during the third quarter.
Oct 21, 2020
Here's the 14-page pitch deck that lays out how this contract-editing startup seeks to disrupt a $35 billion industry that it used to nab $3.2 million from investors including DocuSign
_3xOCqSummary List Placement Investments in legal tech startups have surged in recent years after an initial slow start, as law firms, in-house general counsel, and clients are seeking greater efficiency across the industry. Last year, legal tech investments surpassed $1 billion by the end of the third quarter, as reported by Bloomberg Law. This trend is only being accelerated this year by the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced more law firms and corporations to turn to automated solutions, from case management to e-discovery, to cut costs and streamline workflow. BlackBoiler, an automated contract markup software that's used by Am Law 25 firms and several Fortune 1000 companies, announced a $3.2 million funding round on Wednesday.  The software uses machine learning to automate the process of reviewing and revising documents in "track changes." This saves attorneys the time they would typically spend marking up contracts that often use standard boilerplate language. Read more: Meet 9 legal tech startups that top VCs say are poised to take off as law firms look to cut costs and boost productivity As a pre-execution software used in the negotiation and markup stage of the contracts process, BlackBoiler has carved out a unique space in the $35 billion contracts industry, said Dan Broderick, a lawyer who cofounded the company in 2015 and is now its CEO.  Broderick walked Business Insider through the pitch deck the company used to attract its funding from investors, including DocuSign, which manages e-signatures for documents, as well as 10 attorneys that run the gamut from Am Law 50 partners to general counsel at large corporations. Here's an exclusive look at the BlackBoiler's pitch deck.SEE ALSO: Baker McKenzie just teamed up with an AI platform to help clients make better business decisions. A partner lays out how the tech will help the firm 'make meaning out of the volatility.' SEE ALSO: 'This is adapt or die time': Tech-savvy law firms make nearly 40% more in revenue than old-school ones — here's how new tools are helping lawyers get ahead SEE ALSO: Here are the 8 hottest Silicon Valley law firms to work at, where there's 'a ton' of demand for talent Frame the problem Broderick began by presenting the scope of the problem, setting up a frame of reference for the ultimate solution that BlackBoiler presents. He did this by talking about the size of the global economy and describing how every good and service is subject to contracts — often multiple.  "A lot of what happens is high-volume and repetitive negotiation of these contracts by the Global 1000," Broderick said. He added that they reached the bottom-up figure of $35 billion by going to individual Global 1000 companies, asking them how many contracts they typically have and how much it costs to negotiate each contract. Elaborate on the scope of the problem "What happens in contracting is that these companies are given playbooks — essentially a rule set for how you're supposed to negotiate contracts with the counterparty," explained Broderick. "And so what we find is that people who are negotiating these contracts, they're reviewing and marking up very similar language over and over again, and making very similar edits to that language over and over again." BlackBoiler’s solution Broderick told Business Insider that BlackBoiler received funding from the National Science Foundation to conduct market research. They discovered two common denominators among the 150-plus people they surveyed: First, the contracts were in the form of a Word document, and second, they came attached to emails. "So we decided to meet our clients where they are, and work with the tools they're familiar with," he said. Because clients don't have to learn yet another new platform — what Broderick describes as "platform fatigue" — it takes BlackBoiler just 30 to 40 minutes to onboard new users. BlackBoiler’s technology flex and space for further investments Broderick explained that all of BlackBoiler's technology has been built internally from the ground-up. For example, Moneta, its custom-built natural language processing (NLP) tool, tackles how to find and edit the right text in a document — one of the most difficult parts of the automated contract markup process, according to Broderick. "When we talk to VCs about this piece right here, their eyes glaze over," he said with a laugh. "But when we talked to technologists about this piece, who've tried to solve this problem before, they're like, 'Oh my God, I can't believe you solved that.'" He added that their proprietary machine-learning software takes 100 to 200 examples of marked-up documents to create a training model. Part of BlackBoiler's new $3.2 million funding will go to creating a platform that will allow clients to create a new training model themselves. Pinpoint the space that BlackBoiler has carved out in the wider market The contract lifecycle management (CLM) market is a big space, said Broderick, but it can be split into two broad categories: pre- and post-execution. BlackBoiler sits in the pre-execution space. "We're the only product on the market that automates the process of marking up these word documents without a human in the loop. We're the first mover in the space. And we have a ton of IP protection here," Broderick said. And, because lawyers are some of the most expensive people in an organization, BlackBoiler would save time and labor. Show there's lots of money to be made Though the slides are outdated at this point — Seal was since acquired by DocuSign in February, for instance — their main point is that there's a lot of money being put into this space. "There's going to be a commodity consolidation in this market. We think that's an opportunity," said Broderick. Explain what BlackBoiler will do with the funding — both short-term and long-term Broderick wrapped up with explaining how much they're asking for, and what the funding will be used for, both in the short- and long-term. "There's so many places we can go with this technology because it's not specific to contracts. It can be used on any sort of repetitive editing," he explained. One of BlackBoiler's long-term visions is to expand their technology to "map the higher genome of contract negotiation," where they would automate not just contracts, but also the negotiation process itself. "The negotiation process is repetitive and predictable," said Broderick. "Almost all contract negotiation often ends up with four or five things the parties need to hash out. We'll be able to figure out where they're gonna skip the multiple rounds of negotiation that takes a bunch of time." Read more:  Revolutionizing the old-school legal industry: How law firms are using new tech to cut costs and the startups set to benefit These are the 10 hottest legal tech startups that have raised a combined $1.4 billion in VC funding from investors like Bessemer Venture Partners and Andreessen Horowitz Baker McKenzie just teamed up with an AI platform to help clients make better business decisions. A partner lays out how the tech will help the firm 'make meaning out of the volatility.'
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Oct 05, 2020
DocuSign stock surges after Morgan Stanley upgrade
_3xOCqShares of DocuSign Inc. are up 5.2% in Monday trading after Morgan Stanley analyst Stan Zlotsky upgraded the stock to overweight from equal weight. "Strong fundamentals coupled with more durable COVID-19 tailwinds make the DocuSign story more compelling than ever," he wrote in a note to clients. Zlotsky argued that DocuSign is one of the "select few" stocks to actually see benefits from the COVID-19 crisis, which could drive durable tailwinds for the company. He expects "very healthy renewal rates" as customers are unlikely to go back to manual processes after trying the company's electronic-signature solutions, in his view. Zlotsky said that DocuSign now trades at 24 times estimates for calendar 2021 enterprise value to sales but that on a growth-adjusted basis, the company trades at a 0.62x multiple, slightly cheaper than the software-as-a-service category average of 0.64x. He has a $260 price target on DocuSign's stock, which has added 21% over the past three months as the S&P 500 has risen 8.6%.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

DocuSign Blogs

Aug 07, 2020
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You declined to sign You’ll receive a copy once everyone has signed. DocuSign is the world’s #1 way to send and sign. Try free for 30 days. Try it for free Questions? Were here to help! Visit our Support Center How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. More frequently asked questions
Aug 07, 2020
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Finish signing later You’ll receive a copy once everyone has signed. DocuSign is the world’s #1 way to send and sign. Try free for 30 days. Try it for free Questions? Were here to help! Visit our Support Center How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. More frequently asked questions
Aug 07, 2020
Changed Signers
You changed signers You’ll receive a copy once everyone has signed. Think Signing was Easy? Send out documents for signatures and complete them within minutes. Try it for free Questions? Were here to help! Visit our Support Center How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. More frequently asked questions
Aug 07, 2020
Finish Signing Value Final
You finished signing You’ll receive an email copy once everyone has signed the document. Thank you Thank you message goes here and positions us: Sign and move on Instant approvals Security beyond poper DocuSign is the world’s #1 way to send and sign. Try free for 30 days. Try it for free How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. Questions? Were here to help. Visit our Support Center
Aug 07, 2020
Finish Signing Value
You finished signing You’ll receive an email copy once everyone has signed the document. Thank you Thank you message goes here and positions us: Sign and move on Instant approvals Security beyond poper DocuSign is the world’s #1 way to send and sign. Try free for 30 days. Try it for free How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. Questions? Were here to help. Visit our Support Center
Aug 07, 2020
Finish Signing Final
You finished signing Thanks for trusting DocuSign with your electronic signature needs.  You’ll receive an email copy once everyone has signed the document. DocuSign is the world’s #1 way to send and sign. Try free for 30 days. Try it for free Questions? Were here to help! Visit our Support Center How do I get back to my document? Once all signers have finished signing the DocuSign document, you'll be notified via email. You can access the document by opening the completed notification email that is sent to you once all signers have finished signing. Will this document be saved to my DocuSign account? Yes, if you already signed up for a DocuSign account, go to www.docusign.net and log in with your email and password. Once logged in, select the Manage tab and you will see your documents. Does the person who sent this to me know that I've signed and am done? Once all signers have finished, the sender will receive an email notification that the document is completed. Who do I contact with questions about this document? DocuSign sends email notifications on behalf of its users. You can simply "reply to" the email notification to contact the sender of the document. More frequently asked questions

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When was DocuSign founded?
DocuSign was founded in 2003.
Who are DocuSign key executives?
DocuSign's key executives are Michael Sheridan, Mike Sheridan and Joan Burke.
How many employees does DocuSign have?
DocuSign has 3,909 employees.
What is DocuSign revenue?
Latest DocuSign annual revenue is $973.97 m.
What is DocuSign revenue per employee?
Latest DocuSign revenue per employee is $249.16 k.
Who are DocuSign competitors?
Competitors of DocuSign include First American Docutech, eOriginal and InfoCert.
Where is DocuSign headquarters?
DocuSign headquarters is located at 221 Main St, San Francisco, San Francisco.
Where are DocuSign offices?
DocuSign has offices in San Francisco, Charlotte, Chicago, Harrison and 18 other locations
How many offices does DocuSign have?
DocuSign has 23 offices.

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