It’s 2017. Businesses are digitizing and moving practically anything they can to the cloud, and with good reason: It’s safer, easier, more environmentally friendly,… and it usually just looks more sophisticated when you carry out business online as opposed to the old-fashioned way. Document signing is one of these items moving to the cloud in earnest. By allowing for digital signatures, businesses can not only reap the aforementioned benefits of cloud-based software, but they can receive a faster response while completely customizing their clients’ experience with their brand – and Zoho Corporation knows this. With this in mind, Zoho has released Zoho Sign, which features all this, plus integrations including Zoho CRM for even more ease of use. What could be better? Read on for a full breakdown of Zoho Sign’s features.
Here’s how Zoho Sign makes document signing Simple and Effortless
Zoho Sign is one of Zoho’s newest app releases. It is a digital signature app, from which business can send and sign legally binding documents such as NDAs, sales contracts, partner agreements, invoices, and more! You can customize these documents and preview them before sending to ensure the documents meet your specifications. Wouldn’t it be great if you could send and sign documents from your phone? Well you can, because Sign is also available on mobile!
Timing is Everything
Need to meet a deadline or close a deal? Zoho Sign can help make sure your documents are signed and delivered on time. Send automated reminders and notifications to the recipients so they don’t forget to sign. You can also set up expiration dates for when the document must be completed and send reminders to the signee of the upcoming expiration date. Sign will make sure you stay up-to-date on the status of your sent documents with notifications of when your document is viewed, signed, or declined.
Make Sure Documents Get to the Right Person – or People
Making sure you send your document to the correct recipient is vital – but what if you need to send it to many? Zoho Sign can do that too. You can add multiple recipients to you document to sign, and even create a signing order – meaning you can control the order which the document is sent and signed. Get a faster response from a group with the ability to send private messages with Zoho Sign. Send messages to either a particular recipient or the whole group. Don’t let your documents slip through the cracks.
Integrations to Make Sending and Signing Simple
Zoho knows that different businesses use different applications when it comes to creating documents. That’s why Zoho Sign can connect with the apps you use on a daily basis. Have your recipients sign a document directly from Gmail, or send documents out from OneDrive, Box, Google Drive, and Dropbox, just to name a few. Sign makes it easy for you to send out documents and get a quick response!
With legally binding contracts, security is important. That’s why Zoho Sign employs bank-level security and encryption for your documents and data. Zoho’s robust security systems make sure that your data remains safe. You can place additional security measures by requiring multi-factor authentication or by granting – or denying – permissions and access by user-role. Furthermore, an audit trail allows you to track the entire signing process and ensure the legality of the signature.
Why go through the lengthy process of printing out paper contracts and waiting for a physical signature? Save yourself the hassle and get Zoho Sign today. With pricing starting at $10 per user per month, it’s well worth it! It is also included in Zoho One, Zoho’s all-in-one business suite. Learn more about Zoho One here.
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