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What is PandaDoc?

PandaDoc headquartered in San Francisco offers their eponymous electronic signature platform for sales teams, containing sales proposal automation and CPQ (configure, price, quote) features, and integration with CRMs.

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10 out of 10
March 06, 2024
It makes sending enrollment agreement super easy, especially since it works with HubSpot. Most of the time I don’t have to enter in …
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What is PandaDoc?

PandaDoc provides a document workflow automation platform designed to help fast scaling teams accelerate the ability to create, manage, and sign digital documents including proposals, quotes, and contracts. PandaDoc boasts users among more than 50,000 organizations, taking the work out of document workflow.

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Screenshot of Custom-designed themes, templates, embedded rich media, and interactivity to give every deal the opportunity to get noticed.Screenshot of Automatic notifications, on-the-fly editing, CRM Integrations, and integrated eSignatures.Screenshot of Reporting, with drill down to the deal level with proposals, to pick which deals to include (or exclude).Screenshot of legally binding eSignaturesScreenshot of Centralized communications to streamline the negotiation process, and make revisions in real-time in a single location.Screenshot of Document analytics displays what’s really happening after documents are sent with real-time reporting on engagement and activity on the documents. This enables teams to respond faster to prospects.Screenshot of Drag-and-drop editing that helps build proposals faster, with a choice of 750+ ready-to-use templates, available at no additional cost. These can be customized with dynamic versions.

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PandaDoc Vs. Other eSign Tools
Whether you are an independent contractor, sole proprietor, small business, medium-sized business, or large enterprise - digital contract management platforms are designed to keep you on schedule with agreements as well as organized should you ever need to refer back to a cont...
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PandaDoc Technical Details

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

Frequently Asked Questions

PandaDoc headquartered in San Francisco offers their eponymous electronic signature platform for sales teams, containing sales proposal automation and CPQ (configure, price, quote) features, and integration with CRMs.

Google Drive, DocuSign, and Dropbox Sign are common alternatives for PandaDoc.

Reviewers rate Vendor post-sale highest, with a score of 9.9.

The most common users of PandaDoc are from Small Businesses (1-50 employees).
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