If you don’t already use an electronic signature to get things done, you are already behind the game. Most anyone who signed documents as part of their job or business knows all too well that a majority of deals get made electronically. Gone are the days of mailing hard copies, getting them signed and then either scanned and sent or physically mailed. In that amount of time, you could have already sealed the deal and outplayed any competitors.
Whether or not you have started using electronic signatures, I highly recommend you consider KeepSolid Sign, an app that allows you to import, review and electronically sign documents, so decisions get made fast and deals are completed sooner.
Not only will you be able to share, review and sign off on documents, you will be able to do it on your time, on the go, wherever you are, because the app goes with you, on whatever iOS device you’ve got.
If you’re skeptical, no problem. Simply download this eSignature software for free and try it out for 14 days. Make sure you’ve got stuff to sign over those 14 days so you can make good use of the app and practice its various features. Then, make your final decision. You have to pay to get an electronic signature, why not buy an app that packages the functionality of reviewing, negotiating and finally approving a document all in one?
For just one person, you pay just $9.99/mo or $95.99/yr. If you need the app for a few more employees, choose the Small Team subscription for $39.99/month or $449/year. For larger groups, it’s just $71.99/month or $799.99/year. Each subscription is a small price to pay for a boatload of features that help you and your team keep things moving.
The foundation of KeepSolid Sign, the Electronic Signature, supports the importing, signing and sending of documents from within the app. Imports can come from a variety of well known cloud based sources like Google Drive, iCloud Drive, Evernote, Finder, Dropbox and more. Docs can also be imported from email. When “signing”, you choose the type of annotation you want to enter: full signature, initials, date, or checkmarks.
Before signing, there may be some negotiating or commentaries that need to be hashed out. That’s where the Document Commentaries feature becomes essential. Any question or comment you have, or counter offer, can be annotated in the document, and all parties concerned will see them. Then, it’s up to the document author to respond.
Using electronic signatures means trusting that your information is safe. KeepSolid Sign uses AES+RSA Encryption, and stores portions of this encrypted data across different servers, so there is no way a hacker can recreate the final document.
Review and sign, whether you’re connect or not using Offline Mode. If you don’t have the connectivity you need, that won’t stop you from getting work done. The app will sync up once you’re back on the grid.
KeepSolid Sign lets you define Workflows, so you can put steps in the order you need to execute to get your document agreed upon and signed.
Templates make creation of commonly used contracts and documents a breeze. Imagine being a real estate agent who uses a simple contract on a daily basis. With KeepSolid Sign, you can create a template that makes it super easy to create as many of these documents as you have clients, on the fly.
While the app comes loaded with tons of features which sound like a lot to learn, they are all easy to use because of how the app is designed and laid out.
What I look forward to seeing is the ability to pull documents from more sources as the cloud expands and document repositories grow.
Until then, I plan on using KeepSolid Sign to get documents signed off in a snap.