Thursday, 22 January 2015 13:33

DocuSign's director Drew


DocuSign has appointed Drew Kelton as vice president and managing director of DocuSign APAC.

"Drew brings a wealth of senior leadership experience in international sales and operations to his new role leading DocuSign's Asia Pacific operations," said chief revenue officer Neil Hudspith.

"Drew's deep background in technology and telcos, along with his success implementing DocuSign's digital transaction management platform as a customer, will help fuel the continued rapid adoption of the DocuSign Global Trust Network throughout APAC."

Kelton has more than 30 years of international operations leadership experience in countries including Australia, Central Europe, India, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Prior to joining DocuSign, Kelton was executive vice president of T-Mobile USA's Business Markets division.

He previously held senior leadership roles at Bharti Airtel and Telstra, the largest mobile operators in Southeast Asia and Australia, respectively.

In addition, he was Founding CEO of Saturn Global Network, an early extranet provider for private global financial markets. The company was acquired by Global Crossing for $2.8B in 2000.

Drew received his BS degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Western Scotland.

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