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DocuSign welcomes Grant Cleary to ANZ partner marketing manager role

21 Sep 16

DocuSign has appointed Grant Cleary to the role of SMB and partner marketing manager for the ANZ region, with the aim of helping partners and customers move through their digital transformation journeys.

DocuSign's eSignature and digital transaction management service encompass a number of areas across both customer and partner bases, including the trending global push towards ditching paper and going entirely digital.

"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,” explains Brad Newton, DocuSign ANZ vice president.

Cleary will bring a wealth of experience to his new role, with more than twenty years in marketing and sales roles in cloud computing, IT, software and telecommunications.

The company says his proven track record growing market share and revenue with the likes of HP Australia, Ingram Micro Cloud Australia and VMWare.

Cleary will be looking to capitalise on the trend towards digital, and he believes there is huge potential in the area.

“I’m excited to join DocuSign at such a pivotal time, 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," Cleary says.

“Business across Australia are on average saving $48 per document with DocuSign due to elimination of hard costs, faster speed to results, decreased risk in security and compliance, and enhanced customer experiences," he says.

Cleary's appointment comes while the company has been actively seeking more employees for its newer and bigger Sydney headquarters, as well as its Melbourne office.

“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," concludes Newton.

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