U.S. House and Senate Acknowledge the Importance of eSignatures in Today’s Dynamic Business World on 10th Anniversary of Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN)
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 7, 2010 -- As of July 1, the United States Senate and the United States House of Representatives both passed resolutions at the request of DocuSign® and industry leaders designating June 30 – the date of the historic anniversary of the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) – as “National ESIGN Day.” The resolutions were the result of an effort spearheaded by DocuSign, the leading provider of the most trusted cloud computing eSignature platform, as a means to acknowledge the vital role of e-signatures in the development and continued growth of interstate and foreign commerce, and commemorate the ESIGN Act, which was signed by President Bill Clinton on June 30, 2000.
|DocuSign supported this resolution to celebrate the advancements that have been made in the past 10 years, and more importantly, to encourage even more rapid adoption of electronic signatures...|
In support of the measure, McDermott stated, “ESIGN has greatly improved the ability of companies in my district to be more effective and competitive in the global marketplace. I would especially like to acknowledge Seattle-based electronic signature platform provider, DocuSign, for being a leader in the electronic signatures and records industry, and for helping spearhead the coalition to recognize June 30 as National ESIGN Day. DocuSign recognizes that the benefits of e-commerce extend beyond the dollar values that are placed on business activity; with over 30,000 current customers, and having served over 4.5 million people to date, DocuSign provides its customers with confidence in the integrity and credibility of emerging electronic capabilities. They have been a leader in removing obstacles and barriers to business transactions online, allowing their customers to work faster, more reliably, and more securely.”
In honor of the 10th anniversary of the ESIGN Act on June 30, 2010, DocuSign hosted the 2010 ESIGN Summit in San Francisco, with a live keynote address by President Bill Clinton (via satellite) and presentations from industry visionaries from salesforce.com, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), Box.net and DocuSign.
“Electronic signatures have created boundless opportunities to transact business in more efficient and environmentally friendly ways, and we appreciate that the Congress has renewed its support for the advancement of e-commerce,” said Ken Moyle, chief legal officer at DocuSign. “DocuSign supported this resolution to celebrate the advancements that have been made in the past 10 years, and more importantly, to encourage even more rapid adoption of electronic signatures in order to eliminate the time, expense and environmental impact of printing and signing paper documents.”
About DocuSign, Inc.
DocuSign, Inc. is the leading provider of the most trusted cloud computing eSignature platform. DocuSign empowers individuals, small businesses and global enterprises to operate faster and more efficiently, with greater profitability and enhanced compliance. DocuSign is the only web-based platform to securely manage and control the complete electronic signature process. DocuSign employs the SaaS eSign industry’s only enterprise class SAS-70, fully redundant data centers delivering 99.9% uptime for customers over the last four years. As the leader in electronic signatures, DocuSign has successfully executed more than 89 million signature events.
In addition, DocuSign is the official and exclusive provider of e-signature services for the National Association of REALTORS® 1.1 million members, under the REALTOR Benefits® Program. To learn how DocuSign can accelerate your business, visit docusign.com or call (866) 219-4318. Subscribe to the DocuSign blog at docusign.com/blog. Follow DocuSign on Twitter at twitter.com/DocuSign.
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