The morning our e-mail inbox flashed the news that DocuSign picked up a Tabby
Award for Best Personal Productivity app, we let out “woohoos” not only
for the success of DocuSign’s mobile app, but for our customers who are
rapidly digitizing their businesses and lives and using mobile to stay
productive no matter where life takes them.
As a quick recap, the Tabby awards are a global competition for the best
tablet apps worldwide. This year came with some pretty impressive
competition from around the world. This makes us that much more honored to be
a 2014 Tabby Award User’s Choice Winner amongst well-known publishers like
Disney, Flipboard, Kobo, National Geographic, Nickelodeon and Rosetta Stone
from across the globe including Belarus, Canada, the Czech Republic,
Netherlands, the United Kingdom and the United States.
The “Users Choice” award is extra special ... (more)
Contributed by Kelly Palya, Speech Therapist at Fusion Medical Staffing
I spend my time in new places, constantly on the go. I work short-term
contracts as a traveling speech therapist, which allows me to live in
different places around the country for weeks or months at a time. I never
know where I’ll be next. When I have a weekend or time off, I’m always
out doing something – traveling, hiking, or roadtripping. Once I started
using the DocuSign for Google Drive, I finally had a way to deal with my
important documents no matter where I go.
As soon as my recruiter emails me ... (more)
Template Modification History
Templates modified after June 6, 2014 now have the associated audit
information listed within the DocuSign console. This means you can now see
when a template was last modified, and by whom.
To view template modification history, follow these steps:
Log in to your DocuSign account and click the Manage tab.
Click Templates, then click the desired template.
Note: If the Modified date is not displayed, ensure that Summary is
The template audit trail will only show the last modification saved to a
template (not a list of all modification... (more)
When you’re scaling your company upwards, you’re reaping the seeds of a
standout team culture. I always look at success as the side effect to
collective passion for the company and brand. Forget the phrase, it takes a
village; it actually takes a family to spike success upwards.
That being said, when you’re in the rewarding position to scale up, you
need to keep your family at the heart of your growth-inducing strategies.
Of course, we champion relationships as the key to Sales success, but by the
same token, your business’ upwards scaling depends upon nurturing
Contributed by Gerhard Gschwandtner, Founder and CEO, Selling Power
Enter an office brimming with determined sales professionals. Bright and
eager, they clamor to their cubicles ready to translate leads into customers.
Before they pick up their phones and skim fingers on keys, I’d like to dive
into a deeper approach that carries more heft than a polished pitch. As a
sales professional, you’re introducing them to a product that heals pain
points in their business lives. Consider yourself a business psychoanalyst
with empathy and direct listening as the pillars of your cra... (more)