I’m personally not a fan of contracts and it’s not something I use very often in my own client relationships. However, there are times and circumstances when you need signed documents that are legally-binding to protect you and your business.
These tools come in handy for getting those documents signed properly and securely when your client isn’t local to you. They all do basically the same job, allow you to collect signatures in a secure setting and virtually file it away for safekeeping.
Includes ‘type anywhere’ tool so that you can type right on PDF documents, fill out forms and complete fields fast. Draw custom signature or upload image you have saved and ready to go.
Mobile accessible and easy to use. ‘Sign here’ tags show where to sign and help the experience feel more like the paper version, but without all the hassle of paper shuffling, glue making, and tree killing.
Pricing: Free level up to five sends. $6.99/month premium level.
The signature can be done in one of three ways; draw it, type it in, or upload a pre-made signature.
Premium level includes unlimited sending and custom branding options.
Pricing: Free account up to 3 documents per month. $13/month unlimited documents for single user or $40/month for a team (paid annually).
Integrates with Google Apps, Google Drive, Box, Slack, DropBox, Evernote, and other systems. Mobile options that are easy to use.
Allows mass signatures for group contracts, even up to 1000’s of signers at once. Templates and extra features are available with upgraded plans.
Pricing: Free up to 5 documents per month. Upgrade to unlimited for $4.99/month.
Sign up of login instantly with your Google or Dropbox account. Integrated with Gmail, Google Drive, and Dropbox for smooth transitions and easy sharing.
Works with multiple document types, not just PDF files. Markup documents with stamps or insert your own custom images. Add comments anywhere on a document.
Pricing: Free trial available and free forever level includes up to 3 documents per month. Upgrade to Lite for $15/month and up to 20 documents.
Flexible plans that grow with you from individual all the way up to Enterprise level packages. Custom templates and branding available on upgraded plans.
Dashboard makes for a painless experience no matter what device you’re using.
Those are just five of the many options out there for virtual document signing. I hope this has helped you save some money on your monthly business expenses while still keeping the paperwork you need in order.