DocuSign Hackathon, Awards

After what proved to be the best night's sleep ever, the hackers gather at the DocuSign Summit for the hackathon awards ceremony.

Setting up the Awards


We set up the plaques and oversized cheques. They look great!


Awaiting the Awards


People listen to the videos that the contestants put together, demoing the projects.


Best Consumer App


Nicholas Reed wins best consumer app for a parental consent form signing application. No more sending kids home with slips of paper!


Best Enterprise App


Neil Mansilla wins for the best enterprise app, sponsored by Box.net, for PodioSign -- an integration between DocuSign and Podio.


Best Mobile App


Peter Ma and Kash Vaidya win for best Mobile App with EZSlip, which allows you to sign off on deliveries.


Most Innovative App


And the grand prize winner is...Philippe Furlan, who developed a mobile app that allows you to sign petitions! Not only can you sign a petition with DocuSign, but it also leverages your mobile device's camera to snap a photo of you, and adds it to the record. Pretty cool, if you ask me.


Kudos go out to all the hackers -- the judges had their work cut out for them to decide between such amazing apps! I enjoyed working with everyone and getting a first look at applications that I know will be a hit. I, for one, cannot wait to get a kindle, so I can start getting my books electronically signed with kindlegraph!

Comments

  1. Thanks Julia for all of your help. You and the rest of the DocuSign team are awesome.

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  2. Thanks for a great effort and your I enjoyed your session at the Summit as well.:-)

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