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  • Two approaches: Live demo, always give people screen shot demo, package one of those upWeb ui, salesforce, portal and mobile/ipad are the modesWhat’s the punch line- excitement, come back to why docusignFixing this problem was as easy 123, There are currently 5.5 million people have already realized how to improve the way they do business1. Contracts are now received in an email. Not as an attachment that you need to print off, scan or fax back to the next person but as an invitation to view the contract in DocuSign2. The next step is to simply adopt your signature on the DocuSign platform3. Once that is done you are able to review and (click) sign the documentSo let us tell you a little about DocuSign and who we are
  • All the API and UI goes to the same business objectsAll the data is normalized by DocuSign CoreYou can start the transaction with one entry point and then use a different interface to manage and retrieve

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  • 1. HackathonPresenation Day #1
    Mike Borozdin (Dev Programs Manager)
    Grant Peterson (CTO)
    Jeremy Glassenberg (Platform Manager – Box.net)
    David Messinger (Director of CloudSpokes.net)
  • 2. Agenda
    House Keeping (Mike Borozdin)
    Wireless
    Getting a DocuSign sandbox
    Idea Board
    Team Signup
    Message Board
    Agenda and Awards
    Problems? Call Mike B. – 415.895.2323
    DocuSign Platform (Grant Peterson)
    DocuSign system overview
    API and the philosophy behind the design
    Most used API functions
    New features in Spring 2011
    Efficient use of DocuSign API
    Introduction of “resident hackers” – Dewey and Aaron
    Box.netPresentation
    CloudSpokespresentation
  • 3. Wireless
    SSID: code01, code02, code03, code04, code05
    Password: hackathon11
  • 4. Getting a DocuSign Sandbox
    www.docusign.com/devcenter
    Click “Get a Free Development Account”
    Fill out the form
    Check your e-mail
    Log in, go to preferences->API to get your credentials and the integrator key.
    To make API calls you will need:
    Integrator key
    Username (e-mail)
    Password (password)
    Account ID
  • 5. Quick ways to get going
    http://github.com/docusign– get the samples
    Ruby
    PHP
    Java
    C#
    SalesForceApexCode
    Go through the wiki on github
    Find an evangelist
    DocuSign: Julia, DeVaris
    Box.net: Jeremy Glassenberg
    CloudSpokes: Dave Messinger
    DocuSign employees that can help with API
    Dewey Wald
    Aaron Wald
    Drew McCabe
    John Coston
    DocuSign employees that can help with other questions about the product or brainstorm ideas!:
    Mason White
    Dan Reid
    Mike Strickland
    Erica Weiss
    More…
  • 6. Idea Board / Team Signup / Message Board
    White board in the back of the room:
    Idea Board
    Team Signup
    Go to community.docusign.com
    Find Dev Zone under: community.docusign.com
    NOTE: It’s a separate registration from your demo registration so you can be completely anonymous
    ALSO: tweet @DocuSignAPIand we will either tweet you back or find you.
  • 7. Agenda for Saturday
    10 AM Welcome
    Grant Peterson – CTO from DocuSign
    Jeremy Glassenberg – Platform Manager from Box
    11:30 AM Lunch
    6 PM Dinner
    7:30 PM Visit from Red Bull Field Marketing
    8 PM DJ and Drinks
  • 8. Agenda for Sunday
    9 AM Registration and Breakfast
    10 AM Morning Welcome
    ArtemBoytsov
    11:30 AM Lunch
    6 PM Dinner
    7:59 PM App Submission Deadline.
  • 9. Awards - Monday
    Awards
    The awards ceremony will be held Monday, May 16, from 5:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. during our DocuSign Summit Welcome Reception at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
  • 10. Partners
  • 11. Judges
  • 12. CloudSpokes
    How to submit your entries
    http://www.screencast.com/users/DaveMess/folders/Jing/media/1849d456-29f4-437c-86e1-1d734b093391
    Help – call Dave Messinger - 978-590-3344
  • 13. Grant Peterson
    CTO of DocuSign
    Joined DocuSign 2007
    Prior to DocuSign:
    Started as a Software Engineering in the 80s
    Director of Product Development at Primus through IPO in 1999.
    VP of Product Development at LexisNexis
  • 14. Paper Documents Cause Delay …
    14
  • 15. Customer Business Problems Bigger than Signatures
    • Lost documents or pages
    • 16. Poor fax readability
    • 17. Overnight shipping fees
    • 18. Lost productivity
    • 19. Slow transactions
    • 20. Too many errors
    • 21. Lack of visibility
    • 22. Re-keying & reconciliation
    15
  • 23. DocuSign The Clear Industry Leader
    • Growing at 100%+
    • 24. 70% SaaS Market share
    • 25. 45,000+ Paying Customers
    • 26. 60M Documents Sent
    • 27. Warrants Federal ESIGN Compliance
    • 28. Enterprise Class Multi-Tenant Platform
  • DocuSign Integration Example Partners
    • Growing at 100%+
    • 29. 70% SaaS Market Share
    • 30. 45,000+ Paying Customers
    • 31. 60M Documents Sent
    • 32. Warrants Federal ESIGN Compliance
    • 33. Enterprise Class Multi-Tenant Platform
    • 34. Extensive Partner Ecosystem
  • DocuSign Demonstration
  • 35. API Architecture Breakdown
    SOAP Header Security Layer
    HTTP Header Security Layer
    PowerForms
    GUI
    Common API Objects
    Business Object Layer
    Data
  • 36. API and the philosophy behind the design
    Everything that is possible to do through UI should be available through API.
    Exceptions are: account configuration, billing, branding elements – one time setup.
    API was built for flexibility and POWER (many enterprise use cases).
    Not originally designed for REST type lightweight JavaScript stuff
    Endpoints:
    api.asmx – SOAP + WS-Security
    dsapi.asmx - SOAP + HTTP headers security
    login.asmx – just the login functions
    accountmanagement.asmx – ability to create users and accoutns.
  • 37. APIs you should care about
    RequestStatus
    Login
    Ping
    RequestStatusEx
    SynchEnvelope
    RequestRecipientToken
    RequestStatuses
    RequestDocumentPDFs
    GetConnectFailures
    RequestPDF
    CreateAndSendEnvelope
    RequestStatusEx
    RequestTemplate
    CreateEnvelopeFromTemplates
    Legend:
    Bold – useful calls
    Crossed out – calls that can be optimized (ie not as important to get started)
  • 38. Efficient Use of DocuSign API
    Guiding Principles:
    Synchronization of data between your system and our should be done with understanding when the data changes
    Use light weight calls
    APIs to get familiar with:
    RequestStatusChanges
    RequestStatusCodes
  • 39. Resident Hackers
    Dewey Wald
    Director of Development
    Weapon of Choice: C#
    Aaron Wald
    Sr. Software Engineer
    Weapon of Choice: JavaScript
  • 40. Reminder: Getting a DocuSign Sandbox
    www.docusign.com/devcenter
    Click “Get a Free Development Account”
    Fill out the form
    Check your e-mail
    Log in, go to preferences->API to get your credentials and the integrator key.
    To make API calls you will need:
    Integrator key
    Username (e-mail)
    Password (password)
    Account ID
  • 41. Reminder: Get Going and Get help if you need!
    http://github.com/docusign– get the samples
    Ruby
    PHP
    Java
    C#
    SalesForceApexCode
    Go through the wiki on github
    Find an evangelist
    DocuSign: Julia, DeVaris
    Box.net: Jeremy Glassenberg
    CloudSpokes: Dave Messinger
    DocuSign employees that can help with API
    Dewey Wald
    Aaron Wald
    Drew McCabe
    John Coston
    DocuSign employees that can help with other questions about the product or brainstorm ideas!:
    Mason White
    Dan Reid
    Mike Strickland
    Erica Weiss
    More…
  • 42. OK… So how do I win?
    You upload a video of the solution into CloudSpokes (8PM on Sunday)
    Judges will go through all the submissions.
    We announce the results at 5PM on Monday at the Summit.
    Judged according to these categories:
    Innovation
    Market Applicability to Consumer Market
    Market Applicability to Enterprise Market
    Market Applicability to Mobile Market
    Usage of DocuSign API
    Usage of Box.net API and Factual API
    Overall completeness etc.
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