DocuSign is a global pioneer in e-signature technology and has millions of users worldwide, including seven of the top ten global technology companies.
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Edmonton, Alberta, Canada -- The Canadian Cloud Council (www.theccc.io) is pleased to announce that Robert Brennan Hart, the organization’s founder and CEO, has joined DocuSign’s Global Advisory Board (https://www.docusign.com/company/advisory-board).
DocuSign (www.docusign.com) is a global pioneer in e-signature technology and has millions of users worldwide, including seven of the top ten global technology companies. DocuSign’s Global Advisory Board was established to share business insights from their diverse backgrounds and experiences and help shape DocuSign’s mission, strategy, products and services. The advisory board is led by Silicon Valley heavyweight Keith Krach and includes some of the most powerful and influential thought leaders in their respective industries including: ABC’s “Shark Tank’s” Kevin O’Leary, actor Jared Leto, Evernote CEO Chris O’Neil and NBA veteran Anthony Tolliver.
“I am honoured and humbled to have been asked to join and contribute to an incredibly talented, diverse and well led organization such as DocuSign,” commented Robert Brennan Hart.
“Since the inception of The Canadian Cloud Council in 2011, the cloud has evolved from being a disruptive technological solution to the catalyst of the sharing economies that will define the 21st Century. Cloud computing has rapidly emerged as the foundation for technological innovations that can drive a more connected, open, accessible, equal and sustainable society. Not only does DocuSign allow companies to quickly modernize and digitize the entire agreement process, but they are also an organization with a strong and robust set of guiding principles, values and ethics; a set of principles that I hope more Silicon Valley companies aspire to replicate in the future.”
Docusign was a major sponsor of the Canadian Cloud Council’s 2018 annual event (www.permanence.live) and will be returning next year to participate in an event about the future of Alberta’s digital economy. “With the recent opening of our Canadian data center and a firm commitment to the country and advancing the cloud industry in general, DocuSign is positioned to be one of the leading companies in the rapid emergence of the Canadian technology sector,” concluded Hart.
Robert Brennan Hart
CEO of The Canadian Cloud Council