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Global eSignature and Digital Transaction Management (DTM) company DocuSign has appointed 25-year SaaS industry veteran and former Responsys CEO Daniel Springer as chief executive.

DocuSign chairman Keith Krach says Springer brings more than 25 years of executive leadership and experience in driving innovation and hyper growth across technology and, specifically, the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) industry.

Previously, Springer served as chairman and chief executive at Responsys for 10 years where he transformed and scaled the business from private start-up to a major cross-channel marketing automation platform globally and a publicly traded company.

Responsys was sold to Oracle for US$1.6 billion in 2014.

Krach, who will continue in his role on DocuSign’s board as chairman, said, "After our comprehensive CEO search, I am confident that Dan is the right leader to continue our hyper growth, further strengthen our preeminence in the market, and further inspire the innovative, entrepreneurial, values-based culture of DocuSign.

“Dan brings an exceptional track record of executive leadership, along with deep SaaS expertise and public company experience. As we pursue one of the largest strategic markets in the cloud today, we must continue to sprint this marathon, and I could not be passing the baton to a better person and leader than Dan."

Springer serves or has served as a board member at both public and private companies, including iCIMS, Ansira, YuMe, ELOAN (Banco Popular), Heighten, Persado, and eGroups (Yahoo!), as well as at non-profits, including YearUp, The Urban School, Shop.org, AdTech, The Randall Museum and The San Francisco Friends School.

Commenting on his appointment, Springer said, “DocuSign has delivered tremendous value for hundreds of thousands of companies and millions of consumers around the world by providing them with a faster, easier and more secure set of services for their digital transformation journey".

 "I’m thrilled to join a team of such highly passionate leaders and employees so deeply focused on customer success. I look forward to leading the next chapter of DocuSign innovations to bring even more value to our customers, developers and partners around the world.”

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