Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Sign
We use Adobe Sign across the entire company to send contracts to prospects and customers. Prior to using Adobe Sign, we printed contracts, mailed them to others to sign, and waited for them to be returned to us before we could set up new services. This speeds up the entire process to get signatures on our contracts.
- Easy to use
- Easy to see where the contact is in process
- Easy to store and access signed contracts
- Speeds up contracting process
- Don’t have to mail anything
- No loss of paperwork
Never had any issues. I don't recall a time when we had to contact support for a question. They only time we needed to contact Adobe is for assistance on some compliance questions and working on our Adobe contract/agreement. The fact that we don't have to contact support is because it is easy to use.
Very easy to use and implement. We have implemented Adobe Sign with our sales organization and everyone has adapted to it extremely well and loves it.
It's critical to get new services signed for so they can be implemented quickly. It improves our service for our customers and supports our high-tech approach. This also ties nicely into our need to store contracts in our customer database system.
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Great to get signatures on documents. Some use cases are contract signings, proposal agreements, incentive agreements, policy acceptance, audit sign-offs, and more. It is less appropriate if someone doesn't need an actual signature; rather, just an electronic approval of some information. Sometimes people think they always need a signature because they always have in the past.