DocuSign Experts to Present at the 12th Annual Tech Exhibition & Reception
DocuSign's Electronic Signature and Online Contract Execution Solution Will Be Showcased Alongside Technologies from Google, Microsoft and Salesforce.com
Washington DC - January 13, 2009 - From Capitol Hill, DocuSign ® Inc. the industry leading provider of on-demand electronic signature and online contract execution solutions, today announced that Mr. Ken Moyle, chief legal officer and a founding member of the Electronic Signature & Records Association (ESRA), and Mr. Tom Gonser, co-founder and vice president of product strategy, have been invited to present at the 12th Annual Kickoff Reception & Technology Exhibition.
The Annual Kickoff Technology Policy Exhibition is the longest running annual technology exhibition hosted on Capitol Hill. The goal of this annual tech exhibition is to bring cutting-edge technology demonstrations to Capitol Hill that illustrate the power and flexibility of the Internet as medium for communications, commerce, and democracy.
DocuSign will showcase its innovative online contract execution service alongside other leading companies - such as Google, Microsoft and Salesforce.com - that are bringing cutting-edge technology to the forefront of debates exploring privacy/security, intellectual property and innovation and cloud computing.
Moyle and Gonser will demonstrate how a multi-party contract can be executed within seconds, securely and simply online from locations around the world. As part of the demonstration, the DocuSign team will show how document senders may control the sequence and routing to signers and the tools used to identify and authenticate signers from diverse locations; and how signers are guided through the simple and unintimidating process of signing electronically.
U.S. businesses mail or ship approximately six million documents for signature every day, relying on a slow, expensive and inherently insecure paper-based process. DocuSign is the only Web - based service to fully automate the entire electronic signature and contract execution process, enabling individuals and businesses to operate faster, reduce negative environmental impacts, increase efficiency and profitability - while offering enhanced security to reduce fraud. To date, over 4,000 businesses have transacted more than 19 million signature events using DocuSign.
About The Technology Policy Exhibition and Reception
The Technology Policy Exhibition and Reception is the longest running annual technology policy exhibition hosted on Capitol Hill, which brings technology and the Internet to the forefront of the policy debates. The goal of this annual tech exhibition is to bring cutting-edge technology policy demonstrations to Capitol Hill to illuminate the power and flexibility of the Internet as a medium for communications, commerce, and democracy. The event will host over 25 hands-on demonstrations by experts who can parse through the technical and complex issues that continue to challenge policymakers and analysts.
About the Advisory Committee to the Congressional Internet Caucus
The Technology Policy Exhibition and Reception is hosted by the Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, a diverse group of public interest, nonprofit and industry groups committed to providing educational events, designs each panel to include a diverse set of views and perspectives.
About DocuSign Inc.
DocuSign is the DocuSign Inc., the #1 provider of on-demand software services for electronic signature and online contract execution, empowering individuals, small business and global enterprises to operate faster, more efficiently and profitably with enhanced security and compliance. DocuSign is the only Web-based service to fully automate the entire contract execution process. To date, more than 16 million signature events have been executed using DocuSign. Experience the service at www.docusign.com, and for regular updates go to docusign.com/blog.
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