3 Great Docusign Alternatives 2020

June 5, 2020

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Electronic signatures are without a doubt the best option for businesses that want to increase new business sales. 

More and more businesses are moving away from traditional paper signatures to cloud signing platforms and for good reason, as they find they get better security, eco-friendliness, and lower costs.

DocuSign is one of the most well known e-signature platforms on the market and whilst for some businesses it is a good fit, others are left wanting a solution that is far more scalable. 

In this post, we’re looking at 3 DocuSign alternatives that provide the best functionality, price, and scalability. 

While not purely a document signing platform, PandaDocs has a robust and fully functional e-signing system built in. 

PandaDoc is a market leader in Proposal Software and it tops this list of DocuSign alternatives due to its ability to create quotes, proposals, contracts etc, from a template or from scratch and add signing functionality without any issues. The ability to drop in a pdf or word doc and then add e-signing over the top of them in about 2 minutes, makes PandaDoc a great option for most businesses. 

If you’re looking for a solution that will not only allow you to sign documents but also create them, template them, and process payment all within the same platform, this is the solution for you. 

With a free trial of 14 days and plans as low as $9 USD / month per user (annually billed) they are one of the best value solutions out there. 

If you don’t actually want the proposal software or any other required features other that drag and drop e-signatures on your existing documents, then HelloSign might be just what you’re looking for! 

HelloSign is actually a Dropbox company and if you’re already using Dropbox, the HelloSign product integrates perfectly with the Dropbox solution allowing you to share out documents directly from Dropbox with e-signature functionality. 

If you’re sending out the same documents to many people, Hellosign has template functionality to maximise your efficiencies. 

HelloSign is quite cost effective at $15 USD / month per user (billed monthly) and they have a range of plans to suit different size businesses. 

Similar to PandaDoc and will excellent functionality Proposify is a worthy alternative to DocuSign. With Proposify, you have the ability to create, template, and edit your documents as well as of course add e-signing to any document you send out. 

Proposify’s design focused software allows you to overlay images and artwork on your templates making it a great solution. You can track all signed proposals within the system. 

Proposify has a free 14 day trial and plans as low as $19 USD / month per user (billed monthly or annually). 

With almost as many integrations as PandaDoc, reasonable pricing and ability to collect payment – Proposify is a great solution for many businesses. 

Well that’s that. I hope this is helpful. If you’d like to chat please feel free to get in touch via our contact page. 

Good luck on your proposal software journey!

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