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Acrobat Sign Solutions
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Acrobat Sign is an e-signature solution that combines simple and secure e-signatures with Adobe Acrobat. With Acrobat Sign, the user can create, sign, send for signature, manage, and track documents from one Adobe platform. The user can create signing experiences for customers and teams by enabling them to sign documents on any device or browser – anytime, anywhere. No additional software download or accounts are needed.
As Microsoft’s e-signature solution, Acrobat Sign integrates with any preferred Microsoft apps, so that users can save time by signing and requesting signatures from Microsoft 365, Teams, and Outlook. Plus, users can access integrations with Salesforce, Workday, and other apps they use every day.
Adobe Sign also helps to minimize legal and compliance risks, and it is designed to be globally compliant and legally-binding in nearly every country in the world.
The vendor's value proposition for Acrobat Sign:
· Global Adobe brand, trusted by Fortune 500 companies and 300K+ customers around the world
· Preferred e-signature solution with Microsoft – with comprehensive integrations with Microsoft apps
· 80+ integrations with key business apps
· Full portfolio of digital solutions – Access to a range of solutions built to grow with the company's needs, no matter the size of the business
· Transparent, all-inclusive pricing – no hidden fees or extra charges
- This eBook, demonstrates that by making the e-signature capabilities that businesses rely on work right inside the Microsoft application employees are familiar with, organizations aren’t just getting more done – they’re doing it more efficiently and delivering a better experience in the process.
- Adobe commissioned Forrester Consulting to conduct a 2022 Total Economic Impact (TEI) study to help customers understand the economic impact of implementing Adobe Acrobat Sign. Forrester interviewed and surveyed Adobe customers and found that they achieved a 519% return on investment with Adobe Acrobat Sign. This study focuses on the insights and positive impact of implementing Adobe Acrobat Sign, part of Adobe Document Cloud.
- Adobe Sign provides an always-on, birds-eye view of deals in progress, enabling everything from checking an e-signature status in real time to quickly making revisions or additions. Sales agreements are a big component of any customer relationship. Adobe Sign allows sales leaders an always-on dashboard of their deals with regard to signatures directly in Salesforce — providing a chance to check a status, and make a mid-deal change requested by a prospective client. The solution helps deliver a positive experience to prospects and customers while removing inefficient processes (e.g., tracking down signatures).
- In a recent Forrester study, 58 percent of business leaders said that the pandemic led more people in their companies to adopt e-signatures. While document workflows have become more automated and streamlined, some businesses still rely on manual signatures. The customer testimonials in this eBook give an inside view into why five companies chose Adobe Sign and the results that followed. Reasons include: ability to integrate Adobe Sign into their existing process, simplifying document flows, making compliance easier, and saving time.
- This white paper provides an overview of why small and medium business customers should consider e-signatures and how their business can benefit from e-signatures and from Adobe Sign in particular.
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||10%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||50%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||30%|
|Mobile Application||Apple iOS, Android, Mobile Web|
|Supported Countries||Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Bulgaria, Canada, Cayman Islands, Cyprus, Estonia, Faroe Islands, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Gibraltar, Greece, Greenland, Guadeloupe, Guam, Hungary, United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Brazil, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Croatia, Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, India, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, Indonesia, South Korea, Ireland, Italy, Jersey, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Martinique, Mexico, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, North Mariana Island, Poland, Puerto Rico, Reunion, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, South Africa, St. Helena, Sweden, Switzerland, US Virgin Islands, Vatican City|
|Supported Languages||US English, UK English, French, German, Spanish, Catalan, Basque, Brazilian Portuguese, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Korean, Indonesian, Malay, Thai, Vietnamese, Croatian, Czech, Polish, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Slovak, Turkish, Ukrainian, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Hungarian, Icelandic, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish|
- Easy to use
- Digital signature is approved for lenders & realtors/escrow offices
- Identifies where to sign
- Cost could be lowered/should be lowered given some of the competitors
- Maybe instead of a monthly fee, just do a one time fee since it's not always used?
- Integration with other applications is very easy.
- Highest security backed by Adobe's industry standard compliance.
- Reduces the turnaround time as there is no need to send physical documents.
- Initial setup requires a lot of time, only meant for larger teams which have integrated Adobe applications.
- UI can be updated to look a little bit modern.
- Pricing is on the higher side for the subscription.
- Real time notification.
- Mobile Application.
- Quick and Easy to Send.
- Should sign multiple pages of same agreement at one go.
- Easy-to-use UI.
- Including a comprehensive set of features.
- The process is streamlined and fast.
- Ensures compliance with industry regulations.
- Extremely malleable and adaptable.
- The mobile app is challenging to use.
- It's part of a suite, so you can't get it alone.
- High subscription cost relative to functionality.
- Easy access of PDF documents.
- High speed transfer rates of documents.
- Document scanning services.
- All the services have been great.
- It is easy to familiarize with all the set up features.
- I have not identified any missing functionality.
- send and send on behalf
- standard for PDF
- easy for end users to use
- the initial set was hard, Adobe wiped our config and we had to start from scratch
- the support is off shore so the language barrier was a huge issue
- The option of saving multiple signatures and data for autofill allows personalizing the use.
- The process of creating the digital signature is simple and good.
- It's really easy to jump from Adobe Acrobat Sign to sign or fill documents and send them again without hassle.
- The mobile version lacks functionality.
- The synchronization with the adobe cloud can fail or take a while to update.
- I'd like to be able to change the view of the interface in the mobile version to see recent documents.
- Save signatures
- Email notifications to track signed documents
- Seamless UI on the mobile app
- Cost is a little higher than other competitive platforms
- Electronic signature functionality
- reviews of signatures
- keep log / audit of signatures
- Edit document PDF is not easy
- No Training
- With Adobe Acrobat Sign, you can monitor who has seen your documents and when.
- When one signer completes their part of a document, Adobe Acrobat Sign notifies the next signer that their part is complete and sends the document to them.
- In addition to sending confirmation emails, Adobe Acrobat Sign also sends out emails with updates on the status of your transaction.
- The autofill function frequently makes mistakes, necessitating manual deletion and replacement with the right information.
- Once you add boxes to a document, you can't go back and change who was included in the distribution.
- You won't be able to drop the file in until you first choose the appropriate checkbox at the very bottom.
- Paperless signature
- Routing functionality
- Formatting is rigid
- Recall and amendment mid signature is rigid
- Switching signature or reassigning is a pain
- Some of its features on saving text/autofill for the contract fields are helpful.
- The price point is reasonable for a company of our size.
- Works well for its main function - digitally routing contracts and keeping them secure.
- Search - their recent update has dumbed down the search capability of contracts. They need to take a note from Google or Apple on how they treat search. Instead, to get accurate results, one is forced to limit to the exactly unique identifiers of each contract.
- When setting up a contract to be routed, you are presented with an email-like interface. Once you click to the next screen, you are not allowed to make changes to the initial screen or go back. This is more of an annoyance, but we have several abandoned contracts sitting on our account because we missed something on the initial screen and had to start over. For example, say I set it up to route to one signer first, then the other... but later I want to change it to either signer can sign first. I can't make that change with out starting completely over.
- Being able to organize the different contracts beyond just their status's would help immensely with search. IE: if I want to search for my California contracts, unless there is "CA" in the title or something, I will not be likely to find it. If I could organize them in folders from the beginning, this would alleviate the next to type text in the search box. I'd just look in the folder.
- Makes signing a document easy
- Makes verifying signatures easy
- Makes notarizing documents digitally easy
- The format of the signatures
- How the stamps appear
- Different signature formats available
- Multi-Signature packages
- Adobe Acrobat Sign helps me send documents across without taking an offline copy and signing them.
- You can easily automate reminders.
- It is easy to switch between users.
- It is quite expensive as compared to its functionality.
- You can sign with ease, but editing the document hence is very difficult.
- Tracks when everything is signed and by who.
- Makes it easy to switch who is supposed to sign after a document has gone out.
- Makes it easy to automate reminders.
- You cannot go back and edit recipients once you have added boxes to the document.
- The autofill feature is often wrong, so you have to go through and delete them before adding in the correct boxes.
- If you forget to select one specific checkbox at the bottom before dropping the file in, you can't add it.
- Adobe Sign is good for creating a good signature for important documents.
- Sign allows me to keep track of my documents.
- Adobe Acrobat Sign is great for allowing others to review my material without compromising the quality of legality.
- The ability to edit documents is not quite intuitive- sometimes I have to "hunt" for certain buttons.
- Sometimes the documents have a difficult time displaying the correct fonts.
- Documents do not translate well into other formats (i.e. a PDF to a word document.
- Adobe Acrobat Sign tracks whether or not a signer has viewed a document
- Adobe Acrobat Sign tracks when a signer has signed, and the document has been sent to the next signer
- Adobe Acrobat Sign sends you confirmation emails and progress update emails along the way
- Adobe Acrobat Sign provides a "confirmation of signing" page at the end of the document package you put together, to prove the signatures are authentic
- There is a button that will auto add signature fields for you, but it can be finicky and put the signature fields in the wrong place, or not create a signature field at all where one is actually needed
- Because Adobe does add a layer of protection to their documents, the documents have to be printed to PDF or printed and scanned in before we can e-file with the Court, so this is a double edged sword. It would be nice if the protection was still there and the document was sill in a format the the Courts would accept when e-filing
- More assistance with auto-sizing the signature fields and other data fields in order to ensure they are legible would be nice
- Ease of use
- Document change tracking
- Electronic signatures
- I'm very happy with the functionality of the product!
- Integrates with Adobe Acrobat
- Simple to navigate and use even for inexperienced users.
- Branding integration is simple and functional.
- I've noticed if I am sent a link to sign through Adobe Acrobat Sign and I have several Acrobat windows open (especially if there is a prior sign window still open) the program freezes when it tries to open the new signature link (my firm uses Macs, so not sure how or if that is related to the glitch).
- I have had times when one of the parties in the email string sent to gather signatures either encountered issues or are unable to sign and the integrated help menus don't seem to be sufficient to walk a novice through the process.
- Easy to gather signatures/add signers
- Easy to sign yourself
- Provides feedback when document is signed
- When sending to more than one person at a time, I wish it notified the other person when the first person signed.
- Connection with Salesforce - users can stay in Salesforce to view and manage documents
- Signature tags are too long and not as easy as DocuSign
- The ease of use on the customer’s end is particularly good. Frankly, that’s the most important part.
- The ability to clone fields is extremely helpful and it’s a feature not available on some other platforms. I checked.
- The process of sending is also very easy and fast.
- The template feature works well, and it’s invaluable.
- The sign-in process to our account could use some refining. [In my experience,] it can be difficult to find the right place to log in from the main Adobe site. I solved this issue by creating a bookmark. I’m guessing this issue happens because the software was originally part of another company.
- It’s been a while since I tried, but [I feel that] using the app on an iPad can be frustrating when it comes to resizing the entry fields. Still, it’s good to have the mobile option.
- Internal managers are happy with Adobe Sign
- Adobe Sign is easy accessible compared to other tools
- Adobe Sign a unique way of usage which other tools don't have it
- Easy Accusable and useful tool for sending the documents
- Counter party signers are happy to use this tool compare to other tools
- Internal team managers use this tool for signing the documents
- We are using this tool since 5+ years
- Adobe Sign is the best toll for our organization
- The template feature is useful and we save a lot of time with it.
- The admin portal is relatively easy to use.
- The integration with the rest of the Adobe Suite is a nightmare. We frequently have staff trying to sign an Adobe document opened through Acrobat, and when that doesn't work as expected they get frustrated/confused. This is the biggest pain point of AdobeSign and is a significant hassle.
- The integrations with Microsoft Teams have issues for some employees, which is a bummer but not a huge issue.
- The indefinite storage time for files.
- The ease of access that forms can be downloaded or emailed.
- The ability to edit forms and fields from their own administrative backend.
- The simplicity and functionality for employees and users.
- The speed at which forms were loaded.
- More available export options, such as Word or Excel.
- A backend system that can be loaded if the main service is down.
- More customer support options.