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DocuSign names Kartik Krishnamurthy as new area VP for Asia

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Singapore – Global electronic signature and agreement cloud company DocuSign has appointed Kartik Krishnamurthy, former vice president for APAC at conversationalist AI platform Paradox, to be its new area vice president for Asia

Aside from his previous role at Paradox, Krishnamurthy has served as the managing director of cloud-based human capital management software company Cornerstone OnDemand in Asia, where he executed the strategic vision and regional plan to support the company’s growth in the region. He has also worked with payroll service provider ADP for more than three years in multiple senior roles.

In his new role, Krishnamurthy will be responsible for driving sustainable revenue growth across key markets within Asia, including Singapore, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the Philippines across all customer segments. He will be reporting directly to Dan Bognar, DocuSign’s group VP and general manager for APJ. 

Krishnamurthy said that they are at an exciting phase of transformation, and DocuSign’s proposition of helping leaders elevate their business to the next level to unlock greater potential is a value add that he strongly believes in.

“Together with the regional and global team, I look forward to improving the lives of – and making business easier for – customers with a fast, efficient and productive solution here in Singapore and the rest of Asia,” he added.

Meanwhile, Bognar shared that Asia is a key contributor to their business and one of the fastest-growing regions globally, and even before the pandemic, they’ve seen a great demand for new tools and services to support the diverse businesses here. 

“We are committed to innovating our business through expanding our local teams to support our customer needs,” said Bognar.

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