Mike Dinsdale, CFO of Docusign– the global standard for electronic signature—was kind enough to appear on Inside the Interview to share his interview advice with potential job seekers. You may not be a candidate for a position within DocuSign specifically, but if you’re starting to consider other opportunities, and seriously want to distinguish yourself from other job applicants and candidates, listen carefully to Mike’s interview tips and advice.
Life getting in the way of your love life? Busy schedules cutting into communication? Download Twyxt, which helps couples to “remember the past, communicate the present and organize their future together.” With private messaging, moodsharing (so he doesn’t have to read your mind) and a couples calendar that synchs your dates and anniversaries, you’ll fall in love this little helper.
While the real estate industry hasn’t traditionally been thrilled about innovators like Redfin and Zillow, it’s now feeling friendly enough about the Internet to launch its own officially endorsed “tech accelerator” program to support startups in the space.
Video email marketing software provider BombBomb is the first company to be accepted by the National Association of Realtors’ new “tech accelerator” program, REach.
20. DocuSign Ink: Getting signatures on important documents becomes a lot easier with this extremely handy app, allowing users to sign with their fingers or a stylus to be added to PDF documents or ones captured with the iOS camera.
San Francisco’s DocuSign accounts for about two-thirds of the e-signature market. It has served 25 million people – the number doubled in the past year – who have e-signed more than 200 million documents in 188 countries. It adds 60,000 users every weekday.
A hallway in its Financial District offices showcases logos of some customers: American Express, BP, Costco, Century 21, Dole, eBay, Intel, Sears, Starbucks, Yahoo.
Founded in Seattle in 2003 by Tom Gonser – now its chief strategy officer – DocuSign has 315 employees. It’s backed by $122 million in venture capital from such firms as Kleiner Perkins, Accel Partners, Google Ventures and Comcast Ventures.
The Chronicle spoke with Gonser, 49, about how he’s working to help people and businesses go paperless – and make the fax machine obsolete.
“If there is a business need that requires the use of the loudest people online because you need to broadcast your message, then these tools fit.”
Social influence scoring site Kred may be catching up to its largest competitor, Klout. Today, the company announced a new integration with Salesforce‘s Marketing Cloud Insights.