People who own large or small scale businesses often spend a lot of money doing the paperwork; from typing, printing, signing, and faxing papers to other people; it kind of becomes a hectic work and if you are doing it on a regular basis, it can chalk up a lot of expense for you. Not to mention that there are times when you end up getting rid of most of the paper that is generated from this. But why not use something that is way more convenient and doesn’t necessarily involve the use of paper, and certainly rids you of signing papers altogether? For those who don’t know, there are softwares that can actually do the work of signing for you, these softwares digitally sign the documents you want signed and can easily send them to people you want to. In addition to that, if you are wondering if the signatures signed by these softwares can are legally bound, then you should know that they will be accepted anywhere in the world and are fully legal.
With that said, today, we are going to take a look at two of the most commonly used and highly appreciated digital document signing softwares. RightSignature and DocuSign; these softwares have been used by a lot of people and have been acclaimed throughout the years, we have had the pleasure to test out both of the softwares to see which one is the best.
First up, we are going to take a look at RightSignature; this particular software has been around for a while, and although it’s great, it happens to be offering just the basics. But don’t worry, even the basics are really good; the apps are available for iOS, Android, and even BlackBerry, and RightSignature has the ability to integrate itself with services like DropBox, Google Docs, and Salesforce. It comes with several different templates and brandings to choose from and if that’s not enough, then you’ll be offered multiple plans as well.
The next software we have is called DocuSign, for those who don’t know, DocuSign has been the go to document signing software for several high profile companies like LinkedIn, Yamaha, and several more. It’s a highly flexible software in terms of both the features as well as the plans. The software has its own app available on all the major platforms to ensure maximum compatibility with all the platforms. As opposed to RightSignature, DocuSign offers full integration with share point which is certainly an added bonus.
All in all, both softwares are terrific at what they do, where DocuSign offers more features and a lot of flexible plans to choose from, RightSignature offers easy to use, and highly simplified interface and doesn’t want any additional plug-ins or add-ons to work without hassle. Speaking from the performance point of view, both of these softwares manage to perform really well and did not disappoint. At the end of the day DocuSign is built for people who’re looking for more features, and RightSignature for people who just want to get the job done.