DocuSign hires Kamal Hathi as its new CTO

New DocuSign CTO Hathi brings 25 years’ experience in leading technology and product teams at startups and global corporations, having served as chief product and technology officer at Trader Interactive until July 2020.

Hathi, who remains with Trader Interactive as a board member, will be responsible for supporting the expansion of DocuSign Agreement Cloud, as well as overseeing the development of the electronic contractual agreement provider’s roadmap, and driving innovation for the benefit of customers.

Among his career chapters is a 21-year tenure at Microsoft, most recently as general manager for its SaaS analytics and business intelligence solution, Power BI.

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“DocuSign is one of those rare companies with a platform that has fundamentally transformed how people work together, especially in one of the most critical areas of life and business: their agreements,” said new CTO Hathi.

“I’m thrilled to be joining a world-class team of engineers and technologists who are dedicated to today’s challenge of enabling a more automated, efficient and trusted experience for customers across the globe.”

Tom Casey, senior vice-president of engineering at DocuSign, commented: “With a broad cross section of B2B and B2C experience to draw on, Kamal has a rich background of cloud expertise — and architecting and implementing technology visions at enterprise-scale.

“Kamal brings both the intellect and empathy needed to make transformative technologies accessible to everyone. We are fortunate to have his perspective and leadership on the team as we help businesses drive innovation and digitally transform their processes.”

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Aaron Hurst

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