This startup aims to be the DocuSign of China


Having captured a third of a largely untapped domestic e-contracting market, Shangshangqian looks to gain a greater foothold at home and abroad

DocuSign, the world's largest electronic signature platform, went public on Nasdaq in April 2018, and at its peak, had a valuation of US$10 billion. The company’s services are available in 43 languages and used in 188 countries around the world. China is not one of them. This market gap offers a unique opportunity for Chinese e-contracting companies. Shangshangqian, a third-party e-signature platform, is currently capable of handling over 11 million online contracts daily and has more than 500,000 corporate clients. Five years back, its founder Wan Min, who, at the time, was working at A...
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