As one of the first entrants in the electronic signature market, DocuSign has a proven reputation. In another post, we discussed how DocuSign is a fairly expensive option if you only need a few signatures a year. Depending on your esignature needs, DocuSign is a valid option, but it isn’t the only choice. There is a lot of choice today in the esignature software world. Here are three DocuSign alternatives we think are worth serious consideration:
The two most distinguishing differences of eSignToday compared to other electronic signature software are its cost and simplicity. There are NO monthly subscriptions with eSignToday. Instead, you only pay $0.50 for each signature that you need. The flat fee pricing of just 50 cents per signature is hard to beat. As for simplicity, you simply upload your document, email whoever needs to sign, and all signatures appear on the last page of your document. There is no “drag and drop” or fields to enter with eSignToday. eSignToday is a very easy to use tool where all you need are esignatures.
PandaDoc’s focus is on the business/enterprise level given the features available to help drive revenue and close deals. While their solutions have an esignature component, Pandadoc also helps businesses with document automation to improve workflow. They offer a variety of plans, which vary by available features.
Now part of DropBox, HelloSign has you first upload your document that needs to be signed. Then, you have to drag and insert fields such as names and dates into the areas of your document you want signed, so you can customize your document as necessary. HelloSign has different pricing plans depending of the features and capabilities with document creation and integration.
Finding the right esignature software is important, and knowing that DocuSign is not the only choice is helpful. From a very affordable and easy to use eSignToday to a more robust and integrated solution like HelloSign, there are definitely DocuSign alternatives to consider.