DocuSign recently announced its acquisition of Algorithmic Research(ARX). The acquisition builds on a three year business partnership between DocuSign and ARX, bringing together ARX’s best-in-class CoSign digital signature technology with the world’s leading digital transaction management (DTM) platform, to empower customers to transact business with full trust and confidence anywhere in the world. DocuSign’s acquisition of ARX further accelerates the company’s worldwide expansion and broadens The DocuSign Global Trust Network.

“DocuSign is the undisputed global standard for Digital Transaction Management,” said Gadi Aharoni, CEO, ARX. “ARX customers will benefit from the robust cloud-based workflow and transaction management capabilities of the DocuSign DTM platform – complete with Bank Grade Security and Carrier Grade Availability – to empower them to transact anytime, anywhere, on any device. Securely.”

“ARX has been a great partner for DocuSign for many years,” says Keith Krach, DocuSign chairman and CEO. “They have a high performance team, strong customer focus, world class technology, and deep domain expertise. We’re delighted to have ARX’s customers and partners join The DocuSign Global Trust Network.”

The acquisition will provide the South African market with the most comprehensive set of DTM and electronic signature solutions available in the market. This will ensure that our customers can accelerate their digital transformation process, while meeting all their business, security and compliance needs both locally and around the world. DocuSign is committed to continuing to offer CoSign technology and products to its customers and partners.

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In related news, the recently launched DocuSign Summer ’15 Release includes expanded language support aimed at helping organisations – large and small – achieve their digital transformations. The release supports the continued rapid growth of The DocuSign Global Trust Network as the company’s DTM platform will now be available in English, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Russian and Spanish.