Electronic Signature Software DocuSign and Adobe Sign
Providing Remote Business Options
The right e-signature platform improves document security and administration, but which software is a better option for larger organizations and small to medium-sized businesses?
DocuSign deploys on the cloud and in the mobile space, making signing documents convenient regardless of location. Using DocuSign, you can present a professional platform to signees on the fly. The company designed its user interface so that users can sign and manage documents anywhere. You get security with full encryption that is also tamper-evident.
DocuSign offers a range of plans, starting from its Personal Plan for up to 5 signatures per month, all the way to the enterprise plans, with capabilities to support the Global 1000.
Adobe Sign is meant for large enterprise businesses with licenses available for up to 499 users. It can also work for small and midsize companies as well as nonprofits. Accessibility is a huge component of what makes the Adobe brand successful. If you already have an infrastructure of outside applications, you will be able to easily integrate Adobe Sign into your program.
Adobe Sign has a subscription service, but it does not have a freemium option. Its user license range is from 100 to 499, and it does not have an option for smaller companies, unlike DocuSign. (via blog.linksquares.com)
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