The reduction in paper use and the growth of remote work in the pandemic are the driving force behind DocuSign’s growth, and DocuSign’s sales have increased by 50% in 2020.
Like many vertical industries and companies that focus on digital services, the legal technology industry has grown after an upward trend in recent months. This is directly benefited by Dan Springer, DocuSign’s global CEO.
“Due to the size of our company, our sales have increased by 50%, which may not be that much in terms of revenue, but in the end, this is the boost we have seen and inspired us to expand our business and advertise our many Kind of service,” he told Expansión Springer.
There are many main reasons Springer identified, but he acknowledged that there are two things that stand out: the COVID-19 pandemic, which encourages remote work and therefore the emergence of more digital contracts, but also includes The company is more interested in environmental and climate change factors.
Like many vertical industries and companies that focus on digital services, the legal technology vertical industry has grown after an upward trend in recent months, and Dan Springer, the global CEO of DocuSign, has directly benefited from this.