DocuSign -Who are a Digital Transaction Management Co have announced some good news for Ireland today,they have announced there will be a 100 new jobs for their new Dublin office which is very welcome news indeed. DocuSign assists in helping companies move from paper and manual transactions and go digital and automated.

What is Digital Transaction Management?

Digital Transaction Management has emerged as a category of software designed to safely and securely manage document-based transactions digitally. DTM removes friction inherent in processes that involve people, documents, and data inside and beyond the firewall to create faster, easier, more convenient and secure transactions. DTM delivers a suite of services that empower companies to easily deploy and update digital processes without the traditional expense and programming required of older enterprise applications.

Press release 

DocuSign will hire up to 100 sales and technical staff over several years, citing Ireland as a key market for tech talent.

DUBLIN –  March 2015 – DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) announced its expanded presence in EMEA with the launch of its Dublin office as a European hub to support the continued rapid adoption of the company’s Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform and industry-leading eSignature solution. DocuSign’s Dublin team will provide local sales and technical support to the company’s growing base of customers including Three Ireland, Solgari, Gap Partnership and Future Finance among others. The new office will also serve as a hub for top technical talent joining DocuSign’s EMEA operations with plans to hire as many as 100 new staff over the next several years.
Leading the office launch are Irishmen Ronan Copeland, Saul Whitton and Eoin Hinchy. Copeland joins DocuSign as Vice President of Commercial Sales, EMEA; Eoin Hinchy as the Director of Cyber Security running the team responsible for threat management, threat detection and incident response; and Saul Whitton as DocuSign’s EMEA Recruitment Director. This senior team brings a wealth of industry and DocuSign client experience with key partners like Salesforce to rapidly grow the office.
“We’re thrilled to bring The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management to Ireland as a key part of The DocuSign Global Trust Network,” said Copeland. “The team and I will be driving DocuSign’s expansion locally and across EMEA, providing sales and technical support to help our customers and partners achieve their digital transformations with DocuSign.”
DocuSign’s expansion into Ireland comes following a breakout 2014 where the company surpassed 50 million users worldwide and 100,000 customers who use DocuSign to prepare, execute and manage their most important transactions. DocuSign has offices in Chicago, Dublin, London, New York, Paris, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Seattle, and Sydney. The company has raised more than $230 million to date from strategic investors including Salesforce Ventures, Google Ventures, VISA, Sapphire Ventures, Samsung Venture Investment Corporation, NTT Finance, Telstra Ventures, Mitsui & Co. (U.S.A.), Inc., MITSUI KNOWLEDGE INDUSTRY CO., LTD., Comcast Ventures, Recruit Holdings, the National Association of REALTORS®, BBVA Ventures*, EDBI**, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, Accel Partners, Bain Capital Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, Sigma West, Ignition Partners, Frazier Venture Partners, Sands Capital Ventures, Brookside Capital, Cross Creek Advisors, Iconiq Capital, Wasatch Advisors, and Wellington Management Company, LLP.
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