Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Sign
We use it to electronically sign documents, track requested signatures. We wanted to make the transfer from manual signature processes to 100% digital.
- Saves paper.
- Easy to use.
- Improves workflow.
The customer service is one of the biggest drawbacks. It takes forever for them to get back to you and their solutions aren't usually going to fix the problem the first or second time. The good news is the product doesn't seem to bug out all that much and thank goodness.
This is by far the most user friendly product that I work with regularly in terms of once it is set up, even the computer illiterate, newspaper reading, letter writers can use it without screwing it up. It makes it so much easier to get buy in for digitization when the products are easy to use.
We use it both internally and externally to expediate contracts and eliminate the need for hard copies and scanning documents. It just helps us be overall more efficient. Our customers love it and trust it and our internal employees can complain about something that works. It's a win win really.
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Is very user friendly, helps push the bottom line by getting quick signature backs. The brand has been around forever. Portable and very secure. The use of paper is also considerably reduced making us more environmentally responsible and making all the hippies in the office happy. Setting up the templates takes a while, but it's worth it. It also helps with workflow if one of our principles is out of the office, we don’t have to wait for a hard signature to keep things moving. The functionality could use some improving as the editability isn’t quite there and custom changes are very time consuming. Also, some people are inherently distrusting of cloud based products, but it’s the future like it or not…