We’re T-minus 4 weeks from MOMENTUM`16 London. One of our favourite things about the conference is the excitement and buzz: People darting from session to session, keynotes to breakouts.

The 21 breakout sessions planned for MOMENTUM`16 London will help attendees go deep with DocuSign in an intimate, customer-centric, best practice format. Results-oriented, 50-minute sessions range from seasoned customers sharing industry and department best practices to DocuSign product managers showcasing all that is possible with DocuSign.

Ready to build your journey?

Journey 1: DocuSign 101: Sign, Send & Manage

New to DocuSign? Then head to the DocuSign Basics track for “DocuSign 101: Sign, Send & Manage”. In this session, Onboarding Success Consultant, Robert Jackson, will show you just how simple it is to use DocuSign. From signing a document to sending a document, to managing your documents – pretty much as the title says. DocuSign will make your transactions seamless.

Journey 2: Legality in the World of Digital

We don’t often get the question, “Is it legal?” anymore because our clients know, but just because the legality isn’t in question, it doesn’t mean that the legal department cannot be your ally in the move to fully digital. EMEA General Counsel, Richard Oliphant, will host this session as you hear directly from law firms and in-house counsel on how they evaluate, use, and partner with their customers and business to go fully digital.

Journey 3: DocuSign for Sales – A Customer’s Point of View

A digital sales process is better for your team, your customers, and your business. Leading sales organisations are using DocuSign to close deals faster, from anywhere in the world. Learn how you can get greater visibility into a deal’s status, collect information to avoid re-entering data, and send out reminders – so you can spend more time selling and less time tracking down signatures.

DocuSign customers will share their best practices for shortening the sales cycle and increasing the productivity of their teams by integrating DocuSign into the sales workflow.

Journey 4: Cyber Security Centre of Excellence

The shift to digital has transformed how business gets done. Though the speed and convenience of digital workflows are undisputed, the risk to personal data grows as organisations become increasingly interconnected. The more transactions are conducted online, the more personal data is proliferated among systems and applications spanning multiple organisations.

In this session, Director of Cyber Security, Eoin Hinchy, will cover how security must be core to any digital solution that an organisation is considering, and will discuss DocuSign’s approach to building world-class security for digital transaction management.

Journey 5: Customer Best Practices in Financial Services

Banking, wealth management, and credit union customers expect to be able to complete their financial transactions quickly and easily – on the go or in a bank – and financial institutions that continue to rely on paper will be left behind and replaced by those who embrace a paperless world.

Opening new accounts, applying for loans, and making significant account changes should all be digital. Join this session to hear from Simon Hurst, Head of Transaction Management at Barclays, who is leading the industry by delivering a simple, secure customer experience while increasing conversion rates and accelerating revenues.

Journey 6: Winning the War for Talent with DocuSign

Securing top talent is crucial to your organisation – and the war for talent is getting more competitive. To succeed, you need to identify great people, deliver a great candidate experience, sign top targets, and establish HR processes that make employees’ lives easier. Deploying DocuSign with your HR team gives you a competitive advantage in the market for top talent. By eliminating printing, mailing, faxing, copying, scanning, and filing, you can get offer letters signed sooner and create a positive first impression for candidates and employees.

Hosted by Bill Boorman, Founder of #tru conferences, hear how Capita is using DocuSign as a core component of their HR processes, including recruiting, onboarding, training, and employee documentation.

Journey 7: </hello-world>

With no less than six breakouts and a ”hack-for-good” with the CIO of Team Rubicon Global, Steve Hunt to boot, the Developer Track will be offering a full spectrum of sessions — from “Getting Started with DocuSign API,” to “Everything you need to know about Forms and Fields,” as well as getting a sneak peek at the new product and API announced at MOMENTUM`16 London.

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