DocuSign this week announced the appointment of former Salesforce senior executive Dan Bognar as its group vice president and general manager for APJ saying the appointment was s part of its plans to expand growth and impact in the Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) region

Bognar is a local technology sector veteran, having spent more than 30 years working across technology sales, business consulting and leadership roles. His new company says his role is to support the Docusign’s efforts to drive rapid digital transformation for customers across the region.

New Docusign APAC chief, Dan Bognar

“DocuSign will help define how people live and work for years to come, particularly in managing the agreements that shape their personal and professional lives,” said Bognar. “I’m thrilled to be joining an organisation that dedicates itself to improving the lives of customers by providing fast, efficient and automated ways to digitally transform their agreement process.”

“Over the past year, our local team has significantly expanded to support our growing customer base and the demand for the Agreement Cloud that we are seeing in the APJ region,” said Michael Sheridan, President of International, DocuSign.

“The addition of someone as accomplished as Dan to lead this growth is essential as we broaden our focus and continue to scale. His extensive experience working across a variety of functions like technology, business consulting and leadership will help drive our company and our customers’ success forward.”

Prior to joining DocuSign, Bognar spent more than eight years at Salesforce where he held a variety of senior leadership roles across Asia Pacific including Chief Operating Officer, Solution Engineering, Cloud Sales and Industries. He was the executive sponsor for many of Salesforce’s largest accounts – engaging with their senior leadership teams and board of directors to guide their digital transformation.

Bognar holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the Australian Graduate School of Management and a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales. He is also a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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