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12 Leadership Lessons from DocuSign CEO Dan Springer

209 views | 18 Nov. 2020

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How the Silicon Valley veteran transformed the e-signature pioneer Into a $37 billion powerhouse.

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DocuSign CEO on digitizing contracts and the home-buying process

4 132 views | 30 Sep. 2020

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DocuSign CEO Dan Springer explained how the home-buying process has evolved during the pandemic and what he sees as the "new normal" for contracts going forward. Subscribe to CNBC PRO for access to investor and analyst insights: https://cnb.cx/2Vtntx6

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Brian Healey

Junk stock

Miguel Duque

I love docu sign it will eventually hit the 300 mark. I used it on crossing on my house and it was much faster and easier than paper...

W Z

Docu sign is GREAT! I love it and use it for many years at work! It is so convenient and fast, make work done very efficiently and easily! ❤️❤️❤️???

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Adding huge position of DOCU !

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because it takes 2 steps forward for every 1 step backward.
There's a lot of money on the sidelines, and new 401K money

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this CEO is Genius

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I used the services two months ago
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karen laman

when Biden becomes the president the stock market os goong to go up the financial world will be back right now everybody is waiting for frump to live

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DocuSign CEO on growth prospects during the pandemic

6 342 views | 23 Jun. 2020

The pandemic helped

The pandemic helped accelerate the economy's digital transformation and DocuSign, a company which allows people to sign documents electronically, has been one beneficiary. The stock is up sharply so far this year. The company has a market cap of more than $30 billion, bigger than the market cap of Ford, and it's now part of the Nasdaq 100 after replacing United. DocuSign CEO Dan Springer joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the company's future growth.

DocuSign shares were up as much as 8.7% and closed up 8% on Monday after Nasdaq announced Friday that the electronic signature software company would replace United Airlines on the Nasdaq 100 index. The stock reached a new all-time high and posted its biggest increase since May 29.

The company will join cloud companies Adobe, Workday and Zoom Video Communications on the index, reflecting the rise of cloud services as companies opt for systems they don’t need to operate on their own data center infrastructure.

DocuSign, which competes with Adobe’s Sign and Dropbox’s HelloSign, debuted on the Nasdaq in 2018. The company’s results beat analysts’ estimates for the quarter that ended on April 30 as it projected $1.32 billion in revenue for its full fiscal year, which ends in January 2021, implying 35% growth. DocuSign remains unprofitable.

In the quarter DocuSign saw some benefits from the coronavirus pandemic as people needed to sign documents while they couldn’t meet in person.

“Even when the Covid-19 situation is behind us, we don’t anticipate customers returning to paper or manual-based processes,” CEO Dan Springer told analysts on a conference call.

DocuSign will become a component of the index on June 22, according to a statement.

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Luke Salaiz

Great stuff, DocuSign

Andy Allen

This has just come into my radar and love the business model. Also the fact they are so ahead of their competition too.

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Anthony Schluter

Get the banks on North America on board.

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Please, someone remove this dinosaur from CNBC!

Eddy Winata

i have a feeling this one will get picked up even after the lockdown is over. Efficient, paperless, and storing data better in cloud than in the office.