Go fully digital and accelerate your business
Complete approvals, agreements, and transactions faster by building end-to-end online processes with DocuSign. Embed electronic signing into your existing website, portals, and applications. Use DocuSign’s pre-built integrations or APIs to connect to the systems you already use. With DocuSign, you can automate and streamline all of your business-critical workflows and save time and money while staying secure and compliant.
DocuSign is used across industries, regions, and organizations large and small. Our products include the powerful features you need with the ease-of-use you require, so you can get your work done quickly.
The DocuSign Advantage
DocuSign meets the most rigorous security industry certification standards, and uses the strongest commercially available data encryption technologies available. DocuSign systems and processes exceeds industry best practices for data protection for data transmission and secure storage.
DocuSign’s Carrier Grade Architecture provides always-on availability, with multiple, real-time, replicating, active sites that protect your data, eliminate the need for maintenance downtime, and offer consistently high performance even at peak load times.
With more than 85 million users in 188 countries and signing enabled in 43 localized languages, users everywhere can enjoy the benefits of digital agreement processes.
Open & Extensible
Because every business is different, DocuSign is flexible. We have hundreds of out-of-box connectors for common applications. And if you require a custom solution, our APIs allow developers to extend and integrate DocuSign.
“The cost savings, speed and convenience of DocuSign have already made a significant, positive impact on our business. DocuSign has paid for itself multiple times over.”
What is an Electronic Signature?
The US Federal ESIGN Act defines an "electronic signature" as an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to or logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record. Electronic signatures have been used for eSigning offer letters, sales contracts, permission slips, rental/lease agreements, liability waivers, financial documents, etc. They are legally binding in most business and personal transactions in almost every country in the world.
Are DocuSign's electronic signatures legally binding?
DocuSign eSignatures are legally binding for nearly every business or personal transaction in almost every country in the world. DocuSign eSignatures comply with the U.S. federal ESIGN Act and UETA, as well as international laws and statutes including European Union Regulation No 910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services (eIDAS).
Are DocuSign's electronic signatures secure?
DocuSign follows industry-leading best practices for your securing your data and transactions. Each electronic signature is unique, documentable, encrypted, and tamper-evident. DocuSign ensures the confidentiality of all transactions and maintains a comprehensive audit trail of signing events.
Are digital signatures the same as electronic signatures?
Electronic signatures, or eSignatures, are a broad category of methods for signing a document. A digital signature is a type of electronic signature that uses a specific technical implementation. Digital signature providers like DocuSign follow the PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) protocol.
What document formats does DocuSign support for eSignatures?
With DocuSign, you can upload document in formats such as Microsoft Word, PDF, or other common formats. You can upload documents from your computer or popular file-sharing sites like Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, and OneDrive.
How do I sign a document?
Signing is always free! To sign a document with DocuSign, upload your document, then drag your signature, text, and date fields. Then click Send and DocuSign will email a link to the recipient where they can access the document. Try online signing for free.
How do recipients sign documents with DocuSign eSignatures?
With DocuSign, recipients of a document click a link to open the documents on an internet-enabled device (like a mobile phone, tablet, or computer). Tabs and simple instructions guide the user through the signing process, even adopting an electronic signature. The recipient clicks Finish to save the signed document.
How does DocuSign charge users?
It is always free to sign documents using DocuSign. DocuSign charges users for premium features like requesting signatures from others, custom branding, signer authentication, and more. See plans and features.
How can I tell the status of a document sent for signing through DocuSign?
DocuSign provides a dashboard which you can use to see the status of documents including where the document is in the signing process. Reports and audit trails are available. You can even set automatic reminders and notifications. Senders and receivers can always download and print documents, 24/7.
Are DocuSign's electronic signatures available outside of the U.S.?
DocuSign is the global standard for Digital Transaction Management with more than 85 million users in 188 countries around the world. Send a document from Paris, sign it in Tokyo or San Francisco and close business in minutes. With DocuSign, you can sign in any time zone, anywhere business takes you.
What languages does DocuSign support?
DocuSign offers the ability to send documents in 13 sending languages (including U.S. English) and the ability to sign documents in 43 localized languages. Here’s information on specific languages.
Can I use DocuSign eSignatures on my smartphone or tablet?
With DocuSign's mobile app you can prepare and send documents for signature, complete in-person signing, and get instant visibility into your document status directly from your smartphone or tablet. DocuSign mobile clients are available worldwide in Apple's iOS App Store, Google Play, Windows Phone, and Windows stores. Get the app now.
What is digital transaction management?
Digital transaction management (DTM) is a set of online services that enables companies to manage document-based transactions digitally. DTM streamlines operations and improves ROI. DocuSign is a proponent of the xDTM Standard, the transaction management standard for an open digital world that allows consumers and organizations to conduct transactions online without exposing them to the risks and consequences of using noncompliant technologies.