E-Sign is an online document signing platform designed for businesses of all sizes. It provides users with an electronic signature service, as well as the ability to send signed documents via email. In this article, we cover E-Sign reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
E-Sign pricing is based on three plans: Business (£15/user/month or approx. $19.02), Business-Pro (£30/user/month or approx. $38.04), and Enterprise (custom-priced). The main differences between the plans include the volume of document sends per month, as well as access to customized services to fit the needs of a specific business.
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E-Sign also offers Pay As You Go plans: one envelope (£1.50 or $1.90), five envelopes (£7 or $8.88), 10 envelopes (£13 or $16.48), 20 envelopes (£24 or $30.43), 50 envelopes (£55 or $69.74), and 100 envelopes (£100 or $126.80). Users can send up to four documents in each envelope.
Indicated cost approximations in USD are based on the exchange rate when the article was written (May 24, 2019).
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Summary of E-Sign Reviews
As of the date this article was written (May 24, 2019), there are very few E-Sign reviews available online. If you are a past or present E-Sign customer, leave a review to help others who are deciding whether or not to use the product.
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Check out the list below of some of E-Sign’s features:
- Electronic signature
- Multi-language application
- Digital signature certificate
- Advanced authentication
- Email personalization
- Secure document storage
- And more
How many people can sign a single document?
E-Sign allows up to 13 people to digitally sign a document.
What industries can benefit from the E-Sign platform?
E-Sign is currently being used by the following industries: legal, recruitment, finance, government, sales, I.T., healthcare, education, insurance, retail, and accountancy.