xDTM – The Digital Transaction Management Standard

The xDTM Standard helps organizations and consumers leverage the speed, efficiency, and convenience of Digital Transaction Management (DTM) to conduct critical transactions online without exposing them to the risks and consequences of using noncompliant technologies. Established by the xDTM Governing Board, the xDTM Standard was approved March 2016.

β€œThe xDTM Standard enables organizations and consumers to feel confident in transacting digitally.”

About DTM

DTM is a new category of online services that enables companies to manage all of their document-based transactions digitally, allowing for faster, easier, more secure processes.

  • $500 – $700

    million

    Current estimated size of the DTM market

  • $30

    BILLION

    Estimated size of the
    market by year 2020

  • 450

    BILLION

    Estimated daily digital transactions by 2020

What's New

What Will the Future of Digital Transactions Look Like?

- The xDTM Standard Advisory Board recently convened in San Francisco to assess the progress of the standard to date and consider the impact of new technologies on Digital Read More

How the Public Sector is Approaching Digital Around the Globe

- Organizations in a variety of different industries are making strides in transforming key workflows to digital. For government entities, however, this process can be more challenging.   Public Read More

Understanding Digital Transformation in Japan

- In our ongoing effort to develop digital transaction management standards that are applicable around the globe, the xDTM Standard Association traveled to Tokyo last week to meet with Read More

Our Governing Board

Authentic8

Scott Petry

Cofounder and CEO

Brown-Forman

Darrell Keeling

Director, IT Security & Quality

BuckleySandler

Rena Mears

Managing Director

BuckleySandler

Margo Tank

Partner

DocuSign

Reggie Davis

General Counsel & Chief Legal Officer

DocuSign

Tom Gonser

Founder & Chief Strategy Officer

Neustar

Tom Pageler

CISO

FedEx

Rob Carter

Executive VP & CIO

HP Enterprise

Brett Wahlin

CISO

Intel

Rick Echevarria

VP, Intel Security Group

LookOut

Kevin Mahaffey

Cofounder & CTO

Microsoft

Brett Arsenault

CISO

NBCUniversal

Michael Higgins

CISO

NTT

Eiji Kuwana

Senior Vice President and CISO

Purdue

Dr. Arden Bement

Distinguished Professor

Purdue

Gerry McCartney

CIO

RiskIQ

Jason Zann

VP & Head of Platform

SINET

Robert Rodriguez

Chairman & Founder

Stanford

Dr. Natalie Pageler

Clinical Assistant Professor & CMIO

Stanford

Dr. Jon Palma

Clinical Assistant Professor

USPS

Randy Miskanic

CISO

Visa

Eduardo Perez

Global Head of Risk Strategy