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Tech firm DocuSign to create 100 jobs in Dublin

The company helps organisations by automating their paper-based processes.

TECH COMPANY DOCUSIGN has announced the launch of its Dublin office as a European hub and the creation of 100 jobs over the next few years.

The new jobs will be for sales and technical staff, with the company today describing Ireland as a “key market for tech talent”.

DocuSign helps organisations go fully digital by automating manual and paper-based processes. This includes businesses across industries from financial services, insurance, healthcare, real estate, retail and non-profit.

The Dublin team will profide support to customers like Three Ireland, Solgari, Gap Partnership and Future Finance.

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