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New appointment at DocuSign following Aus growth

New appointment at DocuSign following Aus growth

An online program and mobile app that can help provide same-day mortgages has appointed a new marketing manager, following growth in the Australian and New Zealand markets. 

DocuSign, a tech platform that allows businesses to quickly and securely sign documents electronically and send documents for electronic signature, has appointed Grant Cleary to the role of SMB and partner marketing manager for Australia and New Zealand.

Mr Cleary, who has previously worked at HP Australia, Ingram Micro Cloud Australia and VMWare, was appointed to the company for his experience in areas of cloud computing, software and telecommunications and his “proven track record of driving successful partner support and growing revenue and market share”. 

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“I’m excited to join DocuSign at such a pivotal time,” said Mr Cleary. “There’s a huge opportunity for digitisation of paper-based processes and I look forward to accelerating our momentum through targeted SMB and partner initiatives.”

Mr Cleary is part of a growing cohort of new additions at the company as it increases its headcount in the wake of DocuSign’s new headquarters opening in Sydney.

Brad Newtown, vice president of DocuSign ANZ, commented: "We’ve grown our customers in ANZ to more than 1,000 in the last financial year, fuelling demand for a senior leader like Grant to help customers fulfil their vision of ditching paper and going digital.

“The phenomenal demand we’re seeing from Australian businesses for DocuSign’s technology and expertise means we’re actively looking for the best and brightest to join us,” he added.

DocuSign recently partnered with lead generation platform HashChing, as well as e-conveyancing platform Rundl and Connective.

[Related: Platform to accelerate and simplify loan doc process]

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