Signing with DocuSign is faster, safer and more accessible than using traditional “wet” signatures. Furthermore, DocuSign ensures the highest levels of enforceability with eSignature. Electronic signatures are legally binding in the United States and most countries around the world. The ESIGN Act of 2000 defined the legality and enforceability of electronic signatures across all 50 states. The ESIGN Act ensures that contracts and signatures cannot be denied validity or enforceability because they are in electronic form. Not all eSignature solutions are created equal. DocuSign is the first company to warrant federal ESIGN and UETA Act compliance.
If you are using an iPad, iPhone, Android or Windows device, download an easy-to-use app so you can create, tag, send and sign documents on the fly. Even if you don’t have a DocuSign mobile app installed, you can easily sign documents from your mobile web browser wherever you are.
Prepare documents for rapid sending with reusable templates that save tags and field placement, workflow routing, and other settings. Templates standardize processes, reduce preparation time and enable end-to-end automation of your business.
DocuSign supports virtually any type of document file type from most applications – like Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint – to ensure all your important documents can be sent for signature. DocuSign even recognizes PDF documents and automatically tags form fields for data entry by signers. Supported file formats include .doc, .docx, .pdf, .xls, xlsx, .txt and many others. You can also use the print command to send a document to DocuSign from more than 50,000 applications with DocuSign’s print driver.
Certificate of completion
Every signed DocuSign document comes with a certificate of completion that provides proof of the signing process to all parties of the transaction. This certificate includes information from the audit trail, illustrating who signed, timestamps detailing when and where each person signed, and the completed document itself.