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What are the best and least expensive e-signature platforms?

Hello,

I used to use SignNow which was rather inexpensive, but since the Barracuda acquisition, their prices are more in line with the e-signature behemoths, Adobe's EchoSign and DocuSign, which I find rather expensive for light use.

I've just looked at SigningHub (signinghub.com/service-plans.aspx), which at least provides a reasonable, perpetual free plan, but are there any other platform that's affordable? I don't mind paying, but for the use I make of the service, I find that most plans I see are too expensive.

FYI, I paid $99/year with SignNow without any document limit restriction and was happy with the pricing. Unfortunately, I can't find that type of pricing any longer anywhere.

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Kate Hiscox
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Kate Hiscox Entrepreneur • Advisor
Boss at Venzee
We use Docracy for single signature stuff (its free) and RightSignature for multiple signatures. Docracy only allows for one signature on a document (can have multiple people but only one area to place the signature).
Jon Asher
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Jon Asher Entrepreneur
Co-Founder at MileZero
hellosign
Archer Hobson
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Archer Hobson Entrepreneur
Junior iOS Developer at Velocis
Rightsignature
Ben Rosenthal
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Ben Rosenthal Entrepreneur
Mac + Sustainability Coach | Communication Strategist
What are you trying to accomplish? What value does your desired signature service provide?
Rob Weedn
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Rob Weedn Advisor
Entrepreneur; Accomplished Enterprise Sales & Marketing Executive with $60M revenue generated
hellosign.com.
free or cheap sub
love it.
Phil Hayes-St Clair
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Phil Hayes-St Clair Entrepreneur
AirShr CEO
We've never looked back after using Echosign (https://www.echosign.adobe.com/en/home.html).
Onikepe Adegbola, MD PhD
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Global Head, Scientific Affairs, Clinical Trials at Quest Diagnostics
Love docracy. Free with free document you can use!
Raphael Londner
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Raphael Londner Entrepreneur
Developer Advocate

Thank you guys. I'm giving RightSignature a test drive right now, as it provides some features I definitely appreciate (templates + editablefields).

I find their Personal plan a bit limited in terms of the number of reusable templates (1), but the price point seems right for the functionality they provide. The other recommended platforms (docracy, hellosign) don't seem to provide editable fields, so even if they're free, they're not as useful to me as RightSignature.

Thanks again,

Raphael.

Jane He
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Jane He Advisor
CEO at Signority, secure signature workflows
Signority (http://www.signority.com/pricing/), you should find everything you are looking for. free plan with unlimited templates, paid plan per user from $8/month to $15/month with unlimited documents, unlimited templates and full feature sets. Contact me if you have other requirements. Cheers.
Mike Borozdin
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Mike Borozdin Advisor
Sr. Director at DocuSign, ex-Microsoft
Disclaimer: I work for DocuSign.
I think DocuSign pricing starts at about $10/month with special pricing for startups that you can get through BizSpark and F6S.
Not sure that you gain much by going with something "cheap". Supposedly this is used for the docs that you care about?
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