It’s amazing how we can now electronically sign official documents directly from our couch. Electronic signature software like HelloSign makes the process of capturing legally binding e-signatures a breeze by enabling you to date, sign, and deliver a copy of all documents to both parties.
As great as it is, HelloSign may not be a perfect fit for everyone. HelloSign is a good option for people that don’t mind simplicity, are already using Dropbox (it integrates well with it), or for those running a small business on a tight budget.
If HelloSign isn't working for you, these eight alternatives may better fit your workflow.
Apart from being an excellent form builder that integrates with many of the apps you’re already using, Paperform can capture e-signatures and secure payments within its no-code editor.
Think of Paperform as your digital Swiss Army Knife built to reimagine what a form builder can do. With its built-in conditional logic features, you can easily automate workflows like sending an email after a form is submitted, or directing respondents to unique success pages based on their answers.
Paperform offers a no-obligation 14-day free trial on the Essentials plan with no credit card details required. To access its e-signature features you’ll want to go with the Pro plan at $40 a month. It also comes with unlimited forms, payment capture features, and 0ver 3,000 direct and Zapier integrations.
Some e-signature applications are simple but have a hard time scaling with the needs of your business. In instances where scale is important, there’s DocuSign to consider.
DocuSign ensures you eliminate the manual tasks that are often associated with capturing e-signatures like sending physical documents to all relevant stakeholders or filing contracts in the right place. Instead, DocuSign enables users to send and sign documents securely to just about any device.
At its most affordable, you can start using DocuSign for $14 per month. If you’re looking for more advanced e-signature solutions, you’ll have to schedule a call for pricing.
If you combine simple and fast you get PDF expert. Once you’re on its intuitive interface, PDF Expert enables you to edit PDF text, images, and sign documents. Users can also convert static PDFs to Word documents, PowerPoints, or JPEGs.
Not only that, with PDF Expert, users can easily fill out form fields, which can come in handy when filling out tax or insurance documents. If you need a quick way to sign documents on your Mac computer without any of the more advanced extra features, then PDF Expert can easily be your go-to tool.
Interested in getting started with PDF Expert? You can download it for free or buy its more advanced version starting at $6.67 a month.
Besides creating stellar design platforms, Adobe also offers an e-signature option with its Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. If you’re a Windows user, this is one of the best ways to unlock e-signature capabilities that work swimmingly with the tools you already use.
The great thing about Adobe Acrobat Pro DC is that your recipients don’t have to spend time downloading the application to sign your documents. With the Adobe Scan mobile app, users can easily convert physical documents into PDFs by snapping an image and using instant text recognition features.
To get started with Adobe Acrobat Pro DC, its Acrobat Standard plan starts at $12.99 a month.
If mobile-friendly is what you’re looking for, look no further than eSignatures.io. As an on-the-go signature app, eSignature ensures contracts are built for a mobile audience by enabling them to easily read through documents and add the appropriate signatures from any device.
A perk of using eSignatures.io is that you pay for exactly what you use with its pay-as-you-go usage model. Its API and Zapier integrations make it easy to fold into your existing workflow without having to worry about clunky incompatibility between apps.
One of the standout features of eSignatures.io is its pay-as-you-go rate: only $0.49 per sent contract.
Who doesn’t love free applications? SignWell is a great option for those on a budget. SignWell has all the features you’d expect from an e-signature app—we’re talking permanent storage of signed documents, legally binding signatures, and instant open notifications.
Don’t let the fact that it’s a free application fool you. SignWell is built to record legally binding signatures and takes note of what’s been done by who with its audit trail features. Plus, it lets you know when a document has been opened as soon as it happens, keeping you in the know at every turn.
You can start using SignWell for free.
Signeasy is built for teams that care about streamlining processes and optimizing for efficiency. In one word: speed.
With Signeasy, users can easily create workflows to send, sign, and manage documents on one platform. Need to collect signatures in bulk? Signeasy enables users to create public signing links for easier recipient access.
You can get started with Signeasy’s Business tier at $30 per user per month billed annually. However, if you only need access to its more basic features, a $10 per user per month plan is available.
While it won’t necessarily come with all the extra bells and whistles an enterprise team might need, Signrequest offers the essentials. It’s the perfect e-signature application for smaller teams.
With Signrequest, users can sign documents through just about any device. As the creator of the legally binding document, you’re able to choose which order you’d like recipients to sign documents. Not only that, senders and receivers can attach documents to a signature request. Once done, Signrequest streamlines the data storage process by organizing all documents in one centralized place.
Start using Signrequest for $9 a month per user.
There’s no shortage of e-signature apps out there that can pretty much get the job done. Where they differ is how easy they are to integrate into your workflow, how expensive they are, and what their level of customisation is.
If you want to get the best of all worlds—form building, payment capture, automation, integrations, and e-signature features—Paperform takes the cake. It’s the reason we like to call it the Swiss Army Knife for teams wanting to optimize for speed, ease of use, and accessibility.
Ready to capture more digital signatures with ease? Get started with Paperform today.
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