Electronic signature software can help you run your business more efficiently while providing cost-cutting benefits. DocuSign and SignEasy are two products on the market that allows for the private and secure signing of documents, reducing the number of papers changing hands between you and your clients. Such software allows for better office management and document recall.
Note that the US ESIGN act and similar EU regulations recognize the legal validity of signatures collected via DocuSign and SignEasy, making it ideal for documents related to real estate, membership contracts, and rental agreements.
The DocuSign app is the gateway to the Docusign Agreement Cloud; through eSignature, you and your clients can sign any document electronically on any device. With over 1 million customers and millions of users in over 180 different countries, it has become one of the leaders in the field.
DocuSign allows anyone to sign documents for free, but you must have an account to create and send documents to be signed. As a starting point, DocuSign offers three levels of pricing:
- Personal: $10/month for one user
- Standard: $25/month/user
- Business Pro: $40/month/user
DocuSign integrates well with programs like:
A smaller company than DocuSign, SignEasy was the first platform specifically designed for mobile devices. With more than 43,000 businesses using SignEasy, you know you are pairing with a quality brand. With a simple user interface, you can create and reuse templates and view analyses of your documents stating if they have been sent, signed, or voided.
Again, anyone can sign documents from SignEasy, but you will need to purchase the software to send your various documents; plans start at:
- Essential: $10/month for one user
- Team: $15/month/user
- Business: $30/month/user
SignEasy also integrates well with other software like:
- Google Docs
- Microsoft Outlook and Teams