Scrive is an electronic signature platform that enables users to manage documents and optimize workflows. Its features include short message service (SMS) notifications, workflow templates, highlighting, two-factor authentication, upsells, multisend, reminders, custom messages, attachments, and more. In this article, we cover Scrive reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Scrive pricing is based on four subscription plans: One (€30/month or approximately $34, billed annually), Team (€562/month or approximately $508), Company (€1,875/month or approximately $1,692), and Enterprise (custom priced). The main differences between the plans are the number of users and access to premium features like custom branding, languages, and more.
*Annual plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
Prices are in euros. Conversions to United States dollars are based on the current exchange rate when this article was written.
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Summary of Positive Scrive Reviews
Users who gave Scrive a positive review said that the e-signature interface is intuitive both for the users and the signer’s end. Some also mentioned that its seamless integration with third-party apps helps streamline their business workflow.
One user who gave Scrive a positive review on G2 said that his team didn’t require any training to learn how to operate the software. He also mentioned that its integration with their customer relationship management (CRM) software enables them to close contracts with clients more effectively.
Summary of Negative Scrive Reviews
As of April 11, 2019, there are very few Scrive reviews available online. However, some users wished for additional features such as notifications when documents are signed, editing of sent files, and document directories.
Check out the list below of some of Scrive’s features:
- SMS notifications
- Workflow templates
- Evidence package
- In-person signing
- Highlighting pen
- Two-factor authentication
- And more
Are signatures created on Scrive legally binding?
Yes. Scrive is in compliance with all major e-signature laws such as the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN Act), Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), and Electronic Identification Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS).
How does Scrive protect the integrity of its users’ documents?
Scrive protects document integrity by using blockchain technology. This seals versions of each document by entering it into a permanent, verifiable public record. In the event of a dispute, this can be used to prove that the document has not been altered, not a forgery, and was created or edited as indicated by the blockchain timestamp.
Here is a list of some of Scrive’s popular integrations: