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Information Technology : Software | Large Cap Growth
Company profile

DocuSign Inc offers DocuSign Agreement Cloud, a software suite for automating the agreement process. It includes DocuSign eSignature, an electronic signature solution that allows an agreement to be signed electronically on a variety of devices. The Agreement Cloud also includes several other applications for automating pre- and post-signature processes, such as automatically generating an agreement from data in other systems, supporting negotiation workflow, collecting payment after signatures, and using artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze a collection of agreements for risks and opportunities. The Agreement Cloud also includes hundreds of integrations to other systems, so agreement processes can integrate with other business processes and data. Its key Agreement Cloud products include DocuSign Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM), Intelligent Insights, Gen for Salesforce, Negotiate for Salesforce, Guided Forms, Click, Identify, Standards-Based Signatures, Payments and eNotary.

Price
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$272.94
Day's Change
12.33 (4.73%)
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B/A Size
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Day's High
275.84
Day's Low
261.19
Volume
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Today's volume of 3,657,058 shares is on pace to be in-line with DOCU's 10-day average volume of 5,708,439 shares.

3,657,058

Ford expects 40% of global vehicle volume to be fully electric by 2030

8:40 am ET May 26, 2021 (MarketWatch)
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Ford Motor Co. (F) outlined its plans and expectations for electric vehicles and connected services on Wednesday, saying it expects 40% of its global vehicle volume to be fully electric by 2030. The company will boost its spending on electric vehicles to more than $30 billion by 2025, it said in a statement released ahead of an investor day, themed "Delivering Ford+" that will kick off at 9.30 a.m. Eastern time. "This is our biggest opportunity for growth and value creation since Henry Ford started to scale the Model T, and we're grabbing it with both hands," Chief Executive Jim Farley said in the statement. The car maker is breaking away from the build-and-sell model that has been the classic approach in the car industry for decades and will seek closer relationships with consumers, he said. "Presentations will detail where, why and how the company is headed with fully electric vehicles, commercial solutions and connected services -- and how customers will benefit," said the statement. The company is creating Ford Ion Park, to develop battery technology for EVs and is forming a joint venture called BlueOvalSK with SK Innovation to manufacture battery cells and arrays at two plants in the U.S. for Ford and Lincoln vehicles. It's also creating a business dedicated to commercial customers called Ford Pro. Ford is expecting the commercial market for hardware and adjacent and new services to generate revenue of $45 billion by 2025, up from $27 billion in 2019. Shares rose 2% premarket and have gained 46% in the year to date, while the S&P 500 has gained 11.5%.

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