Top 6 e-signature software tools (2023)

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Electronic signature apps help businesses digitize processes that require signatures, such as contracts and legal documents. Integrating these tools into other business processes is the next step for enterprises. Here are the key features and top products to consider.

By Keith Shaw

Contributing Writer, Computerworld |

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  • What is e-signature software?
  • Common features of e-signature apps
  • Benefits of e-signature software
  • Top 6 e-signature software providers

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The COVID-19 pandemic did not just disrupt physical meetings and physical office spaces; workflows that relied on in-person interaction, such as signing documents and contracts, were also highly impacted. Electronic signature (e-signature) software has surged in popularity over the past two years as enterprises looked to modify their signature workflows to support a remote workforce, said Holly Muscolino, group vice president for content strategies and future of work at IDC.

With many companies returning to an in-person office environment or adopting a hybrid workforce approach, where employees work some days in the office and some at home, e-signature vendors are working to convince businesses that they are still relevant. Although the market has slowed down, Muscolino said, “it’s still showing healthy growth, because there are still companies who have not adopted this technology. There is still significant room for adoption.”

E-signature software can help businesses digitize processes that require signatures, such as sales contracts, purchase orders, and legal documents. And companies that have adopted the software for sales-based document signing can expand the process to other departments, such as human resources teams, procurement and supply chain operations, and financial services groups.

E-signature tools are often seen as a complement to other product categories, including contract lifecycle management, digital transaction management, authentication software, content management, and even content sharing and collaboration from vendors like Box and Dropbox. Companies that purchased e-signature software as a point solution over the past few years should look at integrating or expanding their use of digital signature tools to support a hybrid workforce.

“Those folks who adopted e-signature [tools] quickly during the pandemic now need to start integrating [the software] with both upstream and downstream processes to leverage automation, and not just use it to get something signed digitally,” Muscolino said.

What is e-signature software?

At its basic level, an e-signature is any type of electronic authentication method that accepts an agreement or contract. The system needs to verify the signer’s identity, which can range from a corporate ID to a verified email account. E-signature apps can also utilize multifactor authentication methods in order to create an audit trail.

A digital signature is a specific type of e-signature that complies with legal regulations for authentication — typically enhanced with additional security features such as a certificate-based digital ID. This adds a level of encryption to the identity verification method. Digital signatures are validated through a trust service provider, usually through certificate authorities. Use cases for digital signatures include high-risk processes, such as loan approvals, HR manager processes, and doctor signatures.

Additional types of electronic signatures found in Europe include Standard Electronic Signatures (SES), Advanced Electronic Signatures (AES), and Qualified Electronic Signatures (QES), which include varying degrees of authentication requirements.

Common features of e-signature apps

When looking at e-signature software vendors, several common features emerge, including:

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  • Capture of electronic signature
  • Annotation and editing tools
  • Authentication and identity proofing methods
  • Signature templates and styles
  • Document archiving
  • Workflow automation processes (such as submission, approval, and confirmation)
  • Custom branding options
  • Access controls
  • Security and encryption
  • Audit trails
  • Specific document templates (such as invoices, claims, or job applications)
  • Support for digital pens
  • Mobile application support for iOS and Android devices

Many vendors also integrate their e-signature software with other business systems, such as Salesforce, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and other customer relationship management or document management tools.

Most of these vendors offer cloud-based, software-as-a-service pricing, but companies can also deploy many of these products via private cloud options.

Benefits of e-signature software

For remote workers, the software can make the sending and receiving of contracts and other signature-based documents more efficient. Instead of requiring remote workers to have a scanner or printer available, e-signature software can be used to process these documents. The software can usually leverage existing templates to send documents virtually, and workers receive notifications when documents are signed and returned.

Customers can achieve a better experience — signers can virtually receive, review, and sign documents, and integration with CRM software allows for notification when agreements have been received, reviewed, and signed.

Systems with audit trails allow the tracking and movement of documents, detecting any changes or edits made to agreements. The technology can track who signed, when it was signed, where it was signed, and who the document was shared with. This can also be key for meeting compliance regulations.

The software also aims to help companies save money by eliminating a physical paper trail for contracts, reducing the use of printing and physical file storage needs. Administrative and office expenses such as paper, printers, fax machines, pens, and ink/toner can be reduced through the adoption of e-signature software.

Top 6 e-signature software providers

Presented in alphabetical order below are quick descriptions and links to some of the more popular options for e-signature software tools, based on our research of the market, features that most companies would likely need, and discussions with analysts in the space. Your individual feature needs may vary, so head to the vendors’ websites to learn more details about each tool.

In addition, hundreds of other software options exist, so if these products don’t have the requirements you’re looking for (for example, if you need a specific digital notary tool), check out software search engine sites such as G2.

Adobe Acrobat Sign

With its background in document creation via the portable document format (PDF), Adobe supports the ability to collect signatures with its Acrobat Sign offering. The software allows companies to access Acrobat PDF documents and sign them from anywhere, on mobile devices or via desktops. Recipients can sign documents without needing a special download or account creation, and users can scan and upload PDFs using the free Adobe Scan mobile app.

Documents can be tracked and managed from Acrobat, Microsoft Word, and other applications, with real-time visibility for each document awaiting a signature. Notifications can be received when documents have been signed, and companies can create and manage reusable templates for frequently used forms.

Additional features include the ability to send documents to multiple users, real-time tracking, and integrations with HR platforms (Workday, ServiceNow, SAP SuccessFactors), CRM (Salesforce, Zoho CRM, Microsoft Dynamics) and others (Notarize, Box, Veeva). Custom branding options for adding logos and other messaging are also available. (See Acrobat Sign security and compliance information.)

Individual pricing plans begin at $13 per month (Windows only), or $15 per month for Windows and Mac users, with an annual plan. For teams, pricing starts at $15 per user per month (Windows only), or $17 per user per month for Windows and macOS support. Enterprise pricing options are also available for larger teams that include pre-built integrations, APIs, and single-sign-on support.

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DocuSign eSignature

The de facto leader in this space, DocuSign supports features such as electronic signature, electronic notarization, and contract lifecycle management workflows. The software also includes the ability to incorporate payments from within a contract, as well as capture consent with a single click. The company incorporates its software as part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud, which extends the benefits to other stages of the process, such as preparing or managing agreements post-signature.

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Use cases for DocuSign within an enterprise include sales, customer support, facilities, finance, human resources, IT/operations, legal, marketing, procurement, and product management, among others. Partner integration and application support include more than 350 systems, including those from Microsoft, Salesforce, Oracle, Apple, and others.

Additional features include mobile app support, custom field creation, reusable templates, multiple-user routing, and security requirements such as privacy and data residency rules and audit trails. (See DocuSign eSignature security and compliance information.)

The company offers a 30-day free trial, with pricing that ranges from $10 per month for a personal plan up to $40 per user per month for the Business Pro offering. Enterprise plans are offered via a sales call. Customers who only want legally binding electronic signatures with no additional features can use the DocuSign Free Edition.

Eversign

Eversign lets you create legally valid and compliant e-signatures, whether drawn, typed, uploaded, or system-generated. Documents can be securely stored via Eversign, with auto-expiration options available. Users can upload existing PDFs and prepare them for signature through a document editor, and audit trails can keep track of the document signing process. An in-person signing feature lets physical customers, employees, and partners sign documents such as nondisclosure agreements or waivers directly from a PC or mobile device.

Additional features include templates, multi-business management, contact management, app integrations, and API support. (See Eversign security and compliance info.)

The free Eversign Lite option allows users to create five documents per month, with 2 SMS credits and 3 API documents. Pricing options start at $10 per month for the basic plan, with a Professional plan ($40 per user per month) and Professional Plus plan ($80 per user per month) available.

HelloSign

HelloSign was acquired by Dropbox in early 2019, and is now the default e-signature option for Dropbox users. The company offers e-signature, API integration, intelligent mobile forms (HelloWorks), and online faxing (HelloFax) within its product suite. Features of the e-signature system include unlimited signature requests, templates, a mobile application, audit trails, email access for customer support, and multiple language offerings (22 languages supported).

Signatures can be typed, drawn, or uploaded, and responses can be tracked with email notifications that can be automatically sent as reminders for unsigned documents. Signer fields in documents can be enhanced through drag-and-drop signature blocks, checkboxes, and date fields. Integrations include leading CRM, storage/collaboration, and productivity apps, with additional connections via Zapier. Security features include two-factor authentication, 256-bit AES and TLS encryption, data validation, and tamper-proofing. (See HelloSign security and compliance information.)

Pricing options start at $15 per month (based on an annual plan) for a basic individual tier, with business options starting at $25 per user per month. Enterprise options for five or more users are available through the company’s sales channel. A free trial is also available.

PandaDoc

PandaDoc is an all-in-one tool that lets users create, collaborate on, and electronically sign documents as part of a document workflow system. Document creation tools include templates such as proposals, request for quotes, forms, and contracts, through a built-in editor. The system supports integrations with major CRM and productivity suites, and also includes a library of pre-approved contracts and clauses for legal documents.

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Workflow features include collaborating with different roles within a company or externally through permissions, along with commenting, response, and approvals. E-signature features include the use of signing on a mobile app or desktop, with 256-bit encryption and HIPAA-compliant and SOC 2 Type II certification. Audit trails give users proof of who opened, viewed and signed documents, and when they signed. (See PandaDoc security and compliance information.)

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The company offers a free 14-day trial, with pricing that begins at $19 per user per month (with annual agreement), with $49 per user per month for the Business tier. Enterprise options are available through the PandaDoc sales team. A free eSign plan is also available for customers who just want documents to be signed with legally binding electronic signatures, without any additional features.

signNow

As part of its parent company’s airSlate Business Cloud, signNow includes e-signature workflows that let customers sign and send documents for signing, generating agreements, negotiating contracts, accepting payments, and automating business processes.

The e-signature software lets users configure and deploy legally binding e-signatures for documents, contracts, and web forms. The process can be automated through more than 100 no-code bots, roles can be assigned to different employees, and notifications can be added. SignNow integrates with a number of CRMs, cloud storage services, and productivity apps.

The system also offers mobile-first web forms, robotic process automation, contract negotiation and management, workflow automation, PDF editing, and payment acceptance. (See signNow security and compliance information.)

With an annual subscription, pricing starts at $8 per user per month for the basic business plan. Premium plans start at $15 per user per month, and enterprise plans are available for $30 per user per month. With a five-user minimum, access to the airSlate Business cloud costs $50 per user per month.

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Keith Shaw is a freelance digital journalist who has written about the IT world for more than 20 years.

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FAQs

Which software is used for digital signature? ›

DocuSign, Signaturely, Adobe Sign, Hushmail, and HelloSign, are the best digital signature software products based on user reviews and user popularity, according to the 2021 Capterra Shortlist.

Why is Adobe better than DocuSign? ›

Unlike Adobe Sign's cheaper plans, DocuSign offers most of its electronic signature functionality at a lower price point. For instance, even DocuSign's standard plan offers a fully compliant eSignature, some integrations, basic workflows, reusable templates, reminders, and more.

What is a signature tool? ›

A signature generator (or signature maker/signature creator) is an online tool you can use to create an online signature to sign documents. You can draw or type your signature, customize it to make it unique, and download it to sign digital documents.

Who is the biggest competitor of DocuSign? ›

Top DocuSign eSignature Alternatives
  • Acrobat Sign.
  • signNow.
  • PandaDoc.
  • Zoho Sign.
  • HelloSign.
  • GetAccept.
  • emSigner.
  • OneSpan Sign.

What is the best eSignature software free? ›

Top 10 Free E-Signature Software in 2022
  • eversign.
  • Dropbox Sign (formerly HelloSign)
  • DocuSign.
  • PandaDoc.
  • signNow by airSlate.
  • SignRequest.
  • Adobe Acrobat Sign.
  • OneSpan Sign.

What are the three common digital signature algorithms? ›

Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 186-4, Digital Signature Standard (DSS), specifies three NIST-approved digital signature algorithms: DSA, RSA, and ECDSA.

Which tool is used for file signature analysis? ›

HexBrowser is a tool that identifies file types. It does not care about file extensions, but opens each file to look for signatures inside them, which will be used to determine the exact type of each file. It now recognizes more than 1000 different file formats.

What are the two types of digital signature? ›

Based on the technology it uses, here are 3 types of digital signatures that you need to recognize:
  • Simple. A simple digital signature is a digital signature in its simplest form because it is not protected by any encryption method. ...
  • Basic. ...
  • Advanced & Qualified.

Who is Adobe's biggest competitor? ›

Competitors and Alternatives to Adobe
  • Google.
  • IBM.
  • Oracle.
  • Amplitude.
  • Kissmetrics.
  • CleverTap.
  • ContentSquare (ClickTale)
  • Glassbox.

Does DocuSign have a competitor? ›

Here is the list of available alternatives in the market for DocuSign: SignNow. HelloSign. Right Signature.

Is DocuSign owned by Adobe? ›

No. Although it works with Adobe PDF and has Adobe integrations, DocuSign is not part of Adobe.

Does Microsoft have a signature tool? ›

Insert a signature line

Click Microsoft Office Signature Line. In the Signature Setup box, you can type a name in the Suggested signerbox. You can also add a title in the Suggested signer's title box. Click OK.

What is DocuSign tool? ›

DocuSign eSignature is document signing software that you can use to legally—and securely—collect approvals online in minutes. Used to replace lengthy manual signing processes, e-signatures speed the agreement process and maximize productivity. DocuSign eSignature is the #1 way to send and sign documents online.

What is signature common app? ›

The signature is your confirmation that the application/supplement you have filled out is your own work and the information is factually true. Once you type in your name and the date, this will count as your "electronic" signature."

What is a cheaper alternative to DocuSign? ›

eSign Genie is a cheaper alternative to DocuSign, and it offers users basic eSignature functionality, with legally-binding eSignatures, audit trails and notifications for signing updates.

Why is DocuSign so successful? ›

It's that customer support the company is so well known for that helps boost their land-and-expand customer acquisition strategy. Part of how DocuSign keeps customer success high is by ensuring they see high adoption rates for their initial use case, allowing them to see the product's benefits on business efficiency.

What is better DocuSign or HelloSign? ›

HelloSign is the best choice for low-volume signature needs.

The free plan will give you everything you need, and the simplicity can't be beat. DocuSign is the best choice for larger businesses looking for a signature solution at scale or small businesses that want a little more functionality.

Is DocuSign free or paid? ›

DocuSign offers a free electronic signature tool for electronically signing documents on practically any device. Add an electronic signature to a document for free. Sign forms, contracts, and agreements in minutes, using a computer, tablet or mobile phone. Upload a document to sign with an electronic signature.

Is eSignature free in Adobe? ›

Business moves faster with e-signatures from Adobe. Try it for free. Trusted by more than 300,000 brands around the world, Adobe helps companies drive business productivity and increase efficiency every day.

Is DocuSign a free software? ›

Yes, the DocuSign mobile eSignature app is free to download. Current customers can log in with the same email and password to access to their account. New customers can sign up for a free account directly within the app.

What is better RSA or DSA? ›

DSA is faster at decrypting and signing, while RSA is faster at encrypting and verifying. So if you often encounter performance issues, it might be a good idea to look at where the problem lies (i.e., whether it's client-based or server-based) and base your choice of key algorithm on that.

Why is ECC better than RSA? ›

The biggest difference between ECC and RSA/DSA is the greater cryptographic strength that ECC offers for equivalent key size. An ECC key is more secure than an RSA or DSA key of the same size.

What is RSA and ECC? ›

Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) provides an equivalent level of encryption strength as RSA (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) algorithm with a shorter key length. As a result, the speed and security offered by an ECC certificate are higher than an RSA certificate for Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

What tool is used for filing? ›

file, in hardware and metalworking, tool of hardened steel in the form of a bar or rod with many small cutting edges raised on its longitudinal surfaces; it is used for smoothing or forming objects, especially of metal.

What are algorithms for digital data signature? ›

The Digital Signature Algorithm (DSA) is a Federal Information Processing Standard for digital signatures, based on the mathematical concept of modular exponentiation and the discrete logarithm problem. DSA is a variant of the Schnorr and ElGamal signature schemes.

What are the six kinds of signature? ›

Types of signature
  • Symbols and marks. Symbols or marks have been used for a long time as signatures. ...
  • Written or wet signature. The most popular type of signature until this day is the written signature – also known as a wet signature. ...
  • Electronic signature. ...
  • Digital signatures. ...
  • Click wrap signatures.
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What is the difference between DSC and e signature? ›

Digital signature is used to secure a document while an electronic signature is used to verify a document. On the basis of document processing platform, a digital signature is of two types – Microsoft and Adobe pdf.

Is DocuSign a qualified signature? ›

DocuSign eSignature meets the eIDAS requirement for electronic signatures. Simple electronic signatures are broadly accepted throughout the world as an electronic replacement to handwritten signatures and are sufficient for most use cases, customers and locations.

Is Adobe or Canva better? ›

Canva is best suited for designing graphics, while Adobe Spark is a great option for creating web page designs or short videos. Overall, Canva is a better choice than Adobe Spark because it provides significantly more content, integrations, and has a longer list of features.

Is Adobe better than Microsoft? ›

Microsoft is most highly rated for Compensation and benefits and Adobe is most highly rated for Compensation and benefits.
...
Overall Rating.
Overall Rating4.24.3
Management3.63.7
Culture4.04.1
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What replaced Adobe PDF? ›

Nitro Pro is a replacement for Adobe PDF Editor. This software allows the business team to work in a better way with various documents and each other. This software comes with OCR engine for scanning paper documents.

Which is better DotLoop vs DocuSign? ›

DocuSign gives its users access to more advanced and technical features than DotLoop. Although both platforms offer unique features, DocuSign's unique features are mainly used to expand the signing capabilities, whereas DotLoop's unique features fulfill an agent's needs along the way.

How much is DocuSign each month? ›

How much does DocuSign cost? DocuSign plans start at $10 per month when purchased annually and scale up to include more advanced functionality. In addition, customers can sample the DocuSign experience with a free offering, which includes 3 signature requests.

Is DocuSign the market leader? ›

Today the market is heavily dominated by DocuSign, with an estimated 75% market share. Established in the early 2000s, DocuSign was among the first companies to specialise in electronic signature solutions.

What is the difference between Esign and DocuSign? ›

The quality and timeliness of support are an important parameter while comparing DocuSign with eSignLive. DocuSign offers phone, email, tickets, training as support to its customers while eSignLive provides email.

Is DocuSign a Chinese company? ›

DocuSign, Inc. is an American company headquartered in San Francisco, California, that allows organizations to manage electronic agreements.

Why do companies use DocuSign? ›

No more paper, fax, shipping and re-keying errors. DocuSign manages every aspect of every transaction from preparing and sending documents to signing and managing them. With DocuSign, you can see results in hours instead of weeks, save money and delight your customers along the way.

Does Microsoft 365 have eSignature? ›

Sign a document electronically

The Sign document page is displayed when you make a change that requires an electronic signature. On the Sign document page, click the Document tab to review the changes to the document.

How do I create a digital signature in Excel? ›

To create an invisible signature, follow the steps below: Open the Excel document. Select the File tab and choose Protect Workbook > Add Digital Signature. Complete the pop-up fields and click Sign on the Sign dialog box.

Does Windows 10 have electronic signature? ›

How do I sign a document in Windows 10? In Microsoft Word or Excel, open the document that you want to sign. In the word document or worksheet, place you cursor (pointer) where you want the signature line to appear. On the Insert tab, in the Text section, click Signature Line > Microsoft Office Signature Line.

Is Google DocuSign free? ›

Prepare, sign, act on and manage agreements electronically right from your favorite Google applications. It's simple and free to get started with DocuSign.

Is DocuSign a Microsoft product? ›

Microsoft will adopt DocuSign's products and services, including DocuSign eSignature and CLM, to streamline select e-signature and contract management workflows.

Is DocuSign part of Microsoft? ›

DocuSign Agreement Cloud is a Microsoft Preferred Solution on Microsoft AppSource, representing a commitment to quality, performance and the ability to meet the needs of mutual customers.

Which is the best signature maker app? ›

DocuSign (Web, iOS, Android, Windows)

DocuSign is one of the most popular electronic signature apps available, and for good reason. It's great to use and hits all the features most people need in an eSignature app.

Which app is used for digital signature? ›

DocuSign is an e-signature app available on both the iOS and Android mobile platforms. The electronic signature software boasts of many users and it seems to be the choice of many looking for eSign services. Once the installation is complete, it is easy to use with good integration features.

Which app is required for digital signature? ›

Digital Signature Software

Interested applicants can download Capricorn DSC Channel Application to easily enroll from their mobile phones (Android devices).

Which is better DocuSign vs SignNow? ›

DocuSign has millions of users who use its platform to create, edit, and customize contracts and sign documents online. The platform isn't as easy to use as SignNow, but this is partly because DocuSign offers far more advanced features and signature fields than almost any other popular eSigning platform.

Can I use Adobe instead of DocuSign? ›

Digital signatures

Adobe Sign and DocuSign are pretty evenly matched when it comes to basic functionalities: Both solutions allow you to eSign documents on all platforms – Mac, Windows, mobile. Neither tool allows for document creation. With both tools, the signer receives an email link to sign the document.

Which is better DocuSign or HelloSign? ›

HelloSign is the best choice for low-volume signature needs.

The free plan will give you everything you need, and the simplicity can't be beat. DocuSign is the best choice for larger businesses looking for a signature solution at scale or small businesses that want a little more functionality.

Is DocuSign and eSignature the same? ›

eSignature is part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud, the most comprehensive suite of solutions to connect and automate the entire agreement process.

Is Adobe digital signature free? ›

Business moves faster with e-signatures from Adobe. Try it for free. Trusted by more than 300,000 brands around the world, Adobe helps companies drive business productivity and increase efficiency every day.

Is Adobe DocuSign free? ›

Try signing a PDF with DocuSign eSignature, it's: Free to signers. Convenient. Simple and intuitive.

Do professionals use Adobe? ›

Over 90% of the world's creative professionals use Adobe Photoshop. illustrations, 25 million videos, 63,000 audio tracks, 4.8 million Premium assets, and over 1 million free photos, vectors, videos, templates, illustrations, and 3D assets. use Behance to showcase work and find inspiration.

Who is HelloSign owned by? ›

Dropbox has made its biggest known acquisition to date, snapping up fellow San Francisco company HelloSign in an all-cash deal worth $230 million.

Is there anything cheaper than DocuSign? ›

eSign Genie is a cheaper alternative to DocuSign, and it offers users basic eSignature functionality, with legally-binding eSignatures, audit trails and notifications for signing updates.

Is DocuSign a qualified e signature? ›

DocuSign eSignature meets the eIDAS requirement for electronic signatures. Simple electronic signatures are broadly accepted throughout the world as an electronic replacement to handwritten signatures and are sufficient for most use cases, customers and locations.

What are the different types of electronic signatures? ›

The three different types of electronic signatures are simple electronic signatures (SES), advanced electronic signatures (AES), and qualified electronic signatures (QES).

What are the different types of digital signatures? ›

Based on the technology it uses, here are 3 types of digital signatures that you need to recognize:
  • Simple. A simple digital signature is a digital signature in its simplest form because it is not protected by any encryption method. ...
  • Basic. ...
  • Advanced & Qualified.

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