EchoSign is an Electronic Signature and contract management company helping you keep you get all your documents signed online. The company is a direct competitor to DocuSign which took a substantial round of financing in the summer of 2007. EchoSign fired back with a second round of $6 million and partnerships with CRM powerhouse Salesforce.com, NetSuite, SAP, WebEx and Zoho.
Salesforce.com named EchoSign to the "Best Apps of 2012, "Best Apps of 2011", "Best Apps of 2010", "Best Apps of 2009" and "Best Apps of 2008", as well as a three-time AppExchange Essential.
EchoSign's signature process requires users to email documents through its system which takes care of the signing process on the other side. The recipients can e-sign instantly in any browser, an iPhone or a Blackberry, or via a widget on any website. Or if desired, recipients can sign by fax using a toll-free fax gateway.
EchoSign also offers full integration with Google Apps / Google Docs, NetSuite, SAP Sourcing, Oracle CRM On Demand, eFax, DropBox, Evernote, Box.net, SugarCRM, Xobni and SpringCM.
There are 4 levels of membership. For 5 or less signatures a month, the service is free. There are "pro", "team" and enterprise levels as well that begin at $15 a month.
In July 2011, EchoSign was acquired by Adobe.
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Electronic Signatures and Document Verification
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