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DocuSign reaches 400 clients
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (11/8/12)--DocuSign, a provider of electronic signatures, announced that has signed more than 400 credit union clients.

During the past 12 months, DocuSign added more than 200 customers representing more than $100 billion in assets, increasing the number of credit unions using DocuSign by more than 100%.

With DocuSign credit unions cut transaction cycle times from days to minutes, eliminate 'Not in Good Order' documents, and increase close rates. DocuSign also lowers costs by reducing printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting documents for signature, while increasing member satisfaction by providing the ability to open new accounts and loans in minutes--anytime, anywhere, on any device.

"DocuSign has become the credit union industry standard for eSignature by delivering immediate ROI to credit unions through faster transactions, lower costs and a better member experience," said Dustin Grosse, DocuSign chief marketing officer. "With DocuSign, credit unions have the most robust and secure eSignature platform available to support all types of financial transactions, including member loan applications, account changes and money movement."


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