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George Vance, look how much you used DocuSign last year in 2021


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2021 Year in Review
You joined DocuSign in August, 2016, and currently use the BusinessPro Plan
We're so happy to have you as a customer.
Hi George Vance,

With 2022 in full swing, we wanted to thank you for being such a valuable customer. Let's take a look back at how much you used DocuSign last year, and how that contributed to the bigger, more global, picture.
envelopes sent
Which translates into 137 papercuts and BandAids avoided in 2021. Your fingers thank you for choosing DocuSign.
Happy, productive team
money saved
Based on US$36 average savings per agreement. That's $4932 worth of paper, ink, and more saved in 2021. The environment thanks you too.
Our global impact
Since 2003, DocuSign and our community of over 1 million customers and 1 billion signers, including you, saved over 38 billion sheets of paper.
Tall Trees in the Forest
4 million 
trees saved
Forests serve as the Earth's lungs. By replacing paper with digital processes we are saving millions of trees.
Water and Nature
4 billion gallons water saved
Saving paper saves so much more. It also saves billions of gallons of water need to make that much paper.
Click below see your efforts are contributing to a low-carbon, sustainable future. And here’s to a happier, healthier, more successful, and an even more eco-friendly 2022.
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