Adobe Acrobat Sign

Adobe Acrobat Sign

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Adobe Acrobat Sign

Overview

What is Adobe Acrobat Sign?

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...

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Recent Reviews

Signing On The Go!

8 out of 10
December 05, 2022
We use Adobe Acrobat Sign as an easy way to get signatures when on the road. It is simple to use as its intuitive with its mobile app. It …
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How Adobe Acrobat Sign Differs From Its Competitors

Industry Usefulness

Adobe Acrobat Sign help in the internal work flow verymuch in all the aspects and in case of inter office works with less importance and risks. All the work procedure such as obtaining sanctions, internal verification, cross checking of the documents become smooth which help to reduce the efforts …
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Industry Usefulness

Some of the main processes where it supports the use of digital signatures are, for example, the acceptance of internal application agreements and approvals required between different actors or authorities. The signing and acceptance of asset allocation documents has substantially simplified and …
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Industry Usefulness

Adobe Acrobat Sign isn’t our main signing solution as we have industry-specific platforms but it is the best solution for simple on-the-road use and none specific papers that aren’t set up in our other platform.
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Industry Usefulness

We use Adobe Acrobat Sign to get contractors, candidates, and clients all of the necessary contracts and agreements and request their signatures.
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Industry Usefulness

I utilize Adobe Sign to obtain signatures from clients on letters of explanation, profit and loss statements, credit inquiry letter forms and other loan conditions which require signatures. In the lending world, there are multiple forms that are not considered standard which require either wet …
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Industry Usefulness

We use Adobe Acrobat in integration with external applications. The documents are sent for signatures and we get the signed copies instantly when the user signs them which was not the case earlier. A lot of time is saved along with top-of-the-line security by Adobe.
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Industry Usefulness

Replaces the need for sending out paper copies for signature, as everyone has an email address it's from HR to contracts, create send and get the reply and cuts the return time to complete the transaction down to minutes verse hours to weeks
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Industry Usefulness

In addition to what I said in previous questions, I consider it to be a tool that is not limited to one or another industry. It answers to simple yet common needs that everyone deals with. I use it mainly on an iPad, making it possible to work and send documents on the go.
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Industry Usefulness

I utilize Adobe Acrobat Sign to sign onboarding documents, Master Service Agreements, and Requests for Proposals. Often, multiple people have to sign these, so it makes it much more time-efficient to be able to digitally pass it between everyone and allow everyone to hold access. These processes …
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Industry Usefulness

As described at the beginning, the introduction of smart work and the lockdown for Covid open us the opportunity to find a new/smart/cheaper/secure way to sign the document. All the financial documents or the contracts or purchase orders are now managed electronically and which means increased …
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Ease-of-Use

I can confirm that Adobe Acrobat Sign help our organization to simplify the workflow of signature for internal document and for purchase offer. It help also to reduce cost because all documents are now digitally and no more request the print out. Other factor is reduce cost if you need ship …
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Integrations

At the moment Adobe Acrobat Sign is not integrated with our internal tools (for example SAP or Sales Forces) because our initial goal was an alternative way for signature of document.
Of course we will work with our IT department in order to optimize new workflow and probably we will integrate it …
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Performance

Adobe Acrobat Sign is very easy and user-friendly tool that help with few steps to replace old workflow of signature with new one electronic
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Microsoft Partnership

Again, this tool help us to reduce the print out of document, help to save time for no asking manual signature to people, help to reduce cost because no stamp are more required to ship document for remote user.
Everything is now electronic for our signature workflow
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Industry Usefulness

We are always in need of outside help from consultants, general contractors, and specialty tradespeople. The proper and timely distribution of contracts, modification orders, purchase orders, and other related documents is crucial. We live and work in a world where everything must be done on time, …
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Industry Usefulness

I feel I've already answered this question - we use it to speed up the contract process and track progress/remind signers.
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Industry Usefulness

As a development company, we are constantly contracting from consultants to contractors to subcontractors. It is imperative that we fully execute and distribute contracts, change orders, purchase orders,s and more both effectively and efficiently. We work in a world of timelines and schedules and …
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Industry Usefulness

We sign a lot of documents back & forth with sanctioning loans, and opening accounts - during the pandemic it supported us and eased our process. You don't have to physically meet up with people for menial tasks.
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Industry Usefulness

It plays a major role in any client contracts, new hire contracts, and all new hire paperwork. Any other paperwork that needs to be signed, goes through Adobe.
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Industry Usefulness

Adobe Acrobat Sign is used to send Legal Services Agreements to clients and to send mediation documents and other family law-related documents to clients and opposing parties for signature.
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Industry Usefulness

We utilize an HRIS system that has a document signature feature which is perfect for in-house employee documents; however, when other documents need signatures very quickly, this is an awesome tool to utilize.
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Industry Usefulness

We use Adobe Acrobat Sign to collect signatures for client representation agreements and signatures on contracts. We also use it to gather signatures from all counsel and parties on agreed orders and joint motions we file with the courts.
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Industry Usefulness

We are a staffing firm, and we conduct a lot of business with various clients who appreciate the quick turnaround of our agreements. When we are able to send them the agreement directly, it makes the whole process go that much smoother!
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Industry Usefulness

In financial service, clients are required to sign a lot of documents when opening an account, so it is nice to use Adobe Sign to get a faster response.
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Industry Usefulness

[My organization] offers several different business services. We consult with companies and broker out the services that we feel will best support them. More often than not, our service partners have their own internal digital signature/paperwork system. We use Adobe Sign for those that don’t and …
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Pricing

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Acrobat Standard DC for teams

$14.99

Cloud
per month license

Acrobat Pro DC with advanced e-sign

$16.99

Cloud
per month license

Acrobat Sign Solutions

Call 800-685-4192 for pricing

Cloud

Entry-level set up fee?

  • $34.99 license per monthOptional
For the latest information on pricing, visithttps://www.adobe.com/sign/pricing/plan…

Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services
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Product Details

What is Adobe Acrobat Sign?

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

Adobe Acrobat Sign Screenshots

Screenshot of Send, sign, manage and archive documents with 100% legal e-signatures. Collecting e-signatures is as easy as swipe and tap with Adobe Sign. Sign from any device. Legally binding. Works with multiple apps. extremely cost-effective.Screenshot of Easily send e-signature requests to multiple recipients using Send in bulk feature.  Send a document to multiple people with one click, and every recipient gets their own personalized form ready to sign.Screenshot of Track and manage signatures with Adobe Acrobat Sign.  Get real-time visibility for every document out for signature, and receive notifications when documents have been signed.Screenshot of Create an online web form with Acrobat Sign.  It allows your recipients – whether they’re your employees or customers – to quickly access, complete, and sign critical documents without printing or mailing anything.  You will also get immediate access to the data and signatures.

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A fast way to get business done. Adobe Acrobat Sign is an e-signature solution that scales to meet the organization’s needs with integrations, APIs, and advanced authentication.

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Adobe Acrobat Sign Technical Details

Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsUnspecified
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android, Mobile Web
Supported CountriesAndorra, 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 LanguagesUS 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

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Frequently Asked Questions

DocuSign, Dropbox Sign, and PandaDoc are common alternatives for Adobe Acrobat Sign.

Reviewers rate Configurability highest, with a score of 9.1.

The most common users of Adobe Acrobat Sign are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees).

Adobe Acrobat Sign Customer Size Distribution

Consumers10%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)10%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)50%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)30%
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Reviews

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Eugenio Fajardo | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Sign is very even with the options evaluated in the top of tools for electronic signatures. One of the big things that set it apart is the previous implementation we had with other Adobe products. This greatly simplifies the implementation as well as the necessary configurations at a technical level. But in addition to this, it is important to emphasize that during the pandemic, users made use of this software because it came as a test element with great benefits by using Adobe Acrobat DC on a daily basis, for users it was transparent to use it and it would have represented great cultural changes. within the organization to change tools when they were already familiar with one.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
For me, DocuSign is used when a standard form is already in play - nothing needs to be changed and it's a part of a larger template. Adobe Sign however is always used for forms which are unique to a client's particular situation, needs to be edited, or created from scratch. Both work well but considering I use Adobe Sign for unique documents it's a more useful form for me whereas DocuSign is the industry standard that comes with the standard forms that are already built into its system.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We are using both DocuSign and Adobe Sign. Both solutions are very valid for our scope, the replacement of manual process with electronic workflow. I think that if you must choose between DocuSign and Adobe Sign you have to look at the price (every month it changes or there is a new offer ) at your time and for additional features that your Company could be needed
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Acrobat Sign is convenient if you need someone to sign documents but they don't have access to a printer. If you need to track timestamps or signatures, it works well for that, too. Adobe Acrobat Sign allows you to digitally sign and send documents without ever needing a hard copy. It eliminates the need to repeatedly scan and upload documents. I no longer have to waste paper by keeping copies of signed documents; instead, I keep them all in one digital location on my hard drive.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I've used the above mostly in the context of personal use or in DocuSign's case, as a reviewer of the contract. I think Adobe Sign stacks up pretty well. It has all the same features at a reasonable price, though some examples I have are free ware with likely limits on contracts. I believe we pay quarterly based on the number of contracts we process. DocuSign didn't offer the same value for our situation - we did some comparisons a few years back.
Sean Moore | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Sign doesn't "stack up"; it is a tool that I use in conjunction with other Adobe products. Sign doesn't really have a ton of features in comparison.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Adobe Acrobat Sign was, to me, simpler to figure out how to use and was a better value proposition for my firm's use cases than was DocuSign. When I have used DocuSign I found it to be less intuitive and at times confusing. Clients have commented on the simplicity of signing with Adobe Acrobat Sign, which is what is most important to my business.
Sandro Marc-Charles | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Even though we are happy with Adobe Sign, we gave HelloSign a try because their interface seems to have a fresher, more modern look, and we thought maybe it would have more features and a better mobile app than Adobe Sign. It turned out HelloSign had far less features than Adobe Sign, and we had become accustomed to the features that HelloSign was lacking.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
The price point was the biggest factor. Adobe was offering us [a] price based [on] # of contracts, and DocuSign wanted to drive our price based [on] # of licenses/users. We had a large sales and sales engineer based as well as customer success managers who could all send contracts, but the volume we were sending didn't make sense to purchase a licensed based contract as not all users did send contracts, and some only sent 1 or 2 a month. We also found the DocuSign integration to Salesforce was more limiting and took up more data and metadata space in the system than that of Adobe Sign.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We felt Adobe's branding and trustworthiness as a great fit for what we do, considering we deal with many sets of sensitive information. We also use other Adobe products, so it was a natural fit with the rest of our mix of tools. We also felt the advanced functionality would be something very valuable to us as we scale.
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