Since its inception in 2003, DocuSign has pioneered the development of the eSignature. Today we offer the world’s No. 1 eSignature solution as the core part of our broader platform for automating the agreement process.
Our value is simple to understand: the traditional, paper-based agreement process is manual, slow, expensive, and error-prone. We eliminate the paper and automate the process, allowing companies to now measure turnaround time in minutes rather than in days, substantially reduce costs, and largely eliminate errors.
Our cloud-based platform allows companies of all sizes and across all industries to quickly and easily make nearly every agreement, approval process, or transaction digital—from almost anywhere in the world, on practically any device. Today, as a result, over 370,000 customers and hundreds of millions of users worldwide leverage DocuSign to create, upload, and send documents for multiple parties to sign electronically.
Our platform also allows users to complete approvals, agreements, and transactions faster by building end-to-end processes. It enables electronic signing, payment, and provisioning requests to be embedded in our customers’ existing processes. The platform integrates with popular business apps, and our functionality can be embedded using our API. And it allows customers to automate and streamline their business-critical workflows to save time and money, while staying secure and legally compliant.
- More than 370,000 paying customers and hundreds of millions of users worldwide.
- Seven of the top 10 global technology companies.
- Eighteen of the top 20 global pharmaceutical companies.
- Ten of the top 15 global financial services companies.
DocuSign has 3 establishments in Europe — France, United Kingdom and Ireland — as well as 3 European data centers in Frankfurt, Amsterdam and Paris
DocuSign is compliant with the current EU Directive for data protection. The company places the utmost importance on Customer documentation and the protection of personal data in accordance with its obligations under European data protection law. As part of its commitment to the protection of personal data, DocuSign has a pending application for binding corporate rules (BCR) with the EU Commission, including BCR for processors, and is actively preparing to meet the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation. EU Provisioned DocuSign Signature accounts can be configured to store eDocuments (the documents uploaded by that account for review or signature) in Europe on our European data centers.