As the pioneer in e-signature technology, DocuSign is making significant strides in the federal arena — especially when it comes to the COVID-19 response. According to Carrie-Anne Mosley, her team helped a large government agency stand up a critical CARES Act aid portal to disperse $70 billion in only eight days.
“We got a call from the customer on a Thursday, requesting that we stand up a portal solution by the following Friday,” Mosley said. “Our team immediately jumped to the challenge. Our developers worked over the weekend, tested mid-week and were live by the deadline.”
DocuSign is continuing its focus on providing speed and agility by being vendor agnostic with its integrations.
“We integrate seamlessly with most solutions that the government uses today,” Mosley said. “This allows us to help agencies be fully digitized within days and weeks, instead of months.”
In addition, the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program and DoD Impact Level-authorized (pending) DocuSign Agreement Cloud for Government, helps government customers focus on their mission instead of paperwork.
With its recent acquisition of Seal Software, DocuSign’s Agreement Cloud further leverages artificial intelligence-driven analytics for enhancing and assessing agency performance. This will also help companies supporting the government reduce contract risk and have more data-driven agility.
“In addition to our traditional solutions, we are bringing innovative solutions such as remote eNotary and AI to government customers,” Mosley said. “These capabilities will drive new levels of citizen and employee engagement embracing mobile, always-on technology.”