DocuSign has announced that Brad Brooks, who spent nearly a decade at Microsoft, has joined the company as CMO. The 25-year technology marketing veteran is charged with accelerating international expansion of DocuSign’s core business and widening the footprint of its online transaction management business.
“Brad is an outstanding marketer who brings rich leadership experience in building global brands and customer networks in both enterprise and consumer tech,” said DocuSign COO Gordon Payne.
Brooks was corporate VP of the Windows consumer business when he left Microsoft in 2011 to take over as corporate VP of marketing and business strategy at Juniper Networks. He previously held marketing positions at Enron Broadband Services and Lucent Technologies.
DocuSign’s best known product is its eSignature system for safely endorsing important documents online.