DocuSign Electronic Signature Service Recognized
as Mortgage Technology Top 50 Service Provider
DocuSign Electronic Signature Service is a Mainstay in Mortgage Industry
August 11, 2010 11:48 AM Eastern Daylight Time
SEATTLE--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--DocuSign®, the market leader and global standard for electronic
signature, today announced that it was named a Top 50 Service Provider by Mortgage Technology magazine.
DocuSign’s inclusion as a Mortgage Technology Top 50 Service Provider was based on four major criteria —
customer satisfaction, functionality, market share and viable revenue model. It is crucial that the providers on the list
have satisfied users and show the ability to hold them by keeping those customers apace of the technology deployed
by competing lenders.
According to Mortgage Technology this year’s Top 50 Service Providers are mainstays with extensive mortgage
experience. Although, every year new companies make their way into the mortgage space, lenders continue to look
for companies with longevity in mortgage. In addition, industry consolidation is pushing some newcomers out of the
market; therefore, the publication believes it is a good time for an established technology vendor with a proven track
record, solid financials and a steady client base.
DocuSign continues to demonstrate leadership and market dominance in the electronic signature market, serving
more than 30,000 customers and executing nearly 100 million signature events. As an example of DocuSign’s
leadership, earlier this year DocuSign spearheaded an initiative for the FHA to clarify its position on electronic third-
party signatures. On April 8, 2010, the FHA issued a mortgagee letter clarifying its policy, which is considered the
first in what is expected to be a series of responses to this DocuSign initiative.
In June, DocuSign hosted the first 2010 ESIGN Summit in San Francisco with a live keynote address from President
Bill Clinton (via satellite). Gary Thomas, first vice president-elect of th