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A Win for DocuSign is a Win for Customers

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 because there is no greater validation than our customers’ success. And as companies like Apple, Google and Microsoft tweak and polish their mobile offerings, we’ll be running right alongside to ensure that our customers’ needs are always answered.

 

While awards never alter our motivation, user choices ones, like the Tabby Awards, add extra oomph in our step. Knowing that the DocuSign’s mobile app garners comments like being a “life changer…that takes less than a minute to sign a document and send it right now,” we’re ready to rock the boat. After all, our enterprise customers like Comcast know that digital business innovates customer experience to the next level.

 

On behalf of the DocuSign for Mobile development teams, we thank you for your enthusiasm and support. Together, we’re ushering in an era where business owners exclaim that “an app…has made [their] mobile office work!”

Here’s to your success!

 

To check out what everyone is talking about – download the DocuSign Mobile App today.

 

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