By Brad Newton, vice president, Australia and New Zealand, DocuSign
What a month… May was hugely successful for DocuSign; we made three exciting customer announcements, and I had the privilege of sitting down with the Sky News Business team.
See a recap of this month’s highlights below:
Customer announcements –
HashChing has implemented DocuSign to accelerate the registration and sign up process of its key user group. Over the coming months DocuSign will assist HashChing in signing up 1,200 new mortgage brokers who are eagerly awaiting activation on the platform.
ASX listed NEXTDC, Australia’s leading Data-Centre-as-a-Service provider, has transformed its business and enhanced internal admin processes by moving its contracts to the cloud with DocuSign’s e-Signature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) technology.
- The Missing Link – a partnership to enable smoother end user experiences within a robust digital offering
Link Group announced its strategic partnership with DocuSign in May, bringing the transformative power of eSignatures into its business. As part of a wider strategy to digitise the group’s business processes, the incorporation of DocuSign technology is illustrative of Link’s ongoing investment in delivering customer engagement solutions that are cutting edge and efficient.
In other business news –
- Sky News Business talks to Telstra and CBP lawyers about reducing paper and saving money with DocuSign
I sat down with Jon Dee, host of Smart Money on the Sky News Business channel to discuss how DocuSign is being used by Telstra and CBP Lawyers to digitise the last mile of paper in their businesses.
Some highlights to come out of this segment were:
- Telstra will save over eight million pieces of paper in contracts alone by using DocuSign
- CBP Lawyers will save, for a single apartment complex sale of 250 apartments, over 250,000 pages of documentation, resulting in a raw cost saving of $85,000.