Updated: Mar 17
If you’re a small business owner looking to digitize your business, there are many ways to start. One of the quickest and most seamless solutions to going digital in your office is by adopting the use of electronic signatures. The use of e-signatures allows businesses and organizations of all sizes to save time and money by replacing traditional paper signature methods in a secure way.
Going paperless for signatures improves office efficiency while employees are remote, minimizes in-person contact during COVID-19, and encourages environmentally friendly practices by reducing the use of paper in the workplace. While there are many options for your e-signature solution, here are a few of our favorites:
DocuSign: A popular e-signature software for businesses of all sizes, DocuSign can be used to sign a variety of different document types. You can also track what stage of the signing process your document is in and send reminders for pending signatures.
Eversign: Eversign is another e-signature solution that makes digital signing quick and easy for your small business. Eversign offers one month free with eversign Light that includes five document signatures and three using the eversign API.
HelloSign: HelloSign offers three subscription types, which makes it easy for you to choose the plan that best fits your small business needs best. If your small business only requires basic e-signature abilities to sign documents and collect signatures, HelloSign’s standard subscription may be the one for you.
OpenText: OpenText is a leading information management software company that offers OpenText Core Signature as an e-signature solution. OpenText offers a free 14-day trial to test out its cloud-based, affordable solution for small businesses.
PandaDoc: In addition to e-signature capabilities, PandaDoc also offers free proposal templates and a collaboration feature that allows teams to work together on one document through commenting and in-activity logging.
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