Awesome SaaS for tracking e-signatures!
February 20, 2020

Awesome SaaS for tracking e-signatures!

Jared Hansen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Scrive eSign

Scrive was used to manage electronic signatures across departments, especially when it related to international cooperation and collaboration. When conducting research for international studies, Scrive was used to collect e-signatures for consent forms, contracts for co-authorship between collaborators, and other forms for ethics committees and institutions. It helped to manage the various moving parts and create secure information transactions.

Pros

  • Electronic signatures.
  • Verification.

Cons

  • Tracking changes.
  • Simpler interface.
  • Excellent archiving.
  • Digital signatures made data collection easy.
Honestly, I don't know of any other products or services that work similarly to Scrive. My only other thought would be to manually track and manage forms through cloud storage, with perhaps Adobe's electronic signature service. However, that can be tricky to set up, and I don't think I even know how to include one on a PDF.

Do you think Scrive eSign delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with Scrive eSign's feature set?

Yes

Did Scrive eSign live up to sales and marketing promises?

Yes

Did implementation of Scrive eSign go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy Scrive eSign again?

Yes

Scrive is really well suited to managing legal documents and contracts. There are many instances where it would work best, including international forms and signatures, such as point-of-sale forms for buying products. It also works for managing large amounts of forms and red tape, especially in larger groups where everyone needs access.

Scrive eSign Support

Customer support was incredible, they helped when I had one question about a bug with the archiving function. They got it sorted out, helped me understand what I did wrong, and even released a patch months later to prevent future users from falling into the same trap. I don't think there even was a language barrier, despite Scrive being a Swedish company.

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