Collect e-signatures easily with ShareFile
Send, sign and store all in one place with ShareFile + RightSignature
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Get more time for the important things with a secure, simple e-signature tool.
When you need to get a signature (or multiple) for documents - new hire forms, engagement letters, tax forms, contracts, etc. - the manual process of printing out paper, sending the document to the recipient by mail, fax or courier, getting the document signed and waiting for it to return can take days, sometimes weeks if you need to follow up with someone. Or worse: You have to waste time to physically go to the recipient to get the signature or force the signers to come to you.
Enter: E-Signature from RightSignature built into your ShareFile account.
It’s the fastest, most efficient way to get any document signed. How does it work?
1. Send and sign documents with ease.
When you use the electronic signature tools in your ShareFile account, you can choose how it gets signed. You can deliver the document to a single signer or to a group with a secure link. You get a tool that makes things work for your business.
There are no downloads, plugins or hassles required. Signers don’t need an account, just a web browser.
Signers can sign documents with realistic handwritten signatures, type-to-sign or by taking a photo of their signatures via webcam.
2. Prepare documents in no time.
Setting up a document for e-signature is simple - you can add text fields, check boxes, dates, initials and signature boxes in just one click. You can even save templates so you can use the same form over and over with ease.
3. Enjoy easy, mistake-proof signing from any device.
The e-signature tool in ShareFile offers the best experience around to reduce document errors, including a live progress bar and navigation flag to guide your signer through the document step by step. Plus, documents can’t be completed if there are any missing fields.
And we’ll do the follow up for you - ShareFile will alert your recipient that a file is ready to be signed.
4. Get files automatically sent back to ShareFile once signed.
When you send a file for e-signature from your ShareFile account, your work is finished once you click ‘Send.’ Once the file is signed, it will return automatically to your ShareFile account, either to your inbox or a specific folder that you choose. So if you need to send a lot of forms to a lot of clients at once, you don’t have to worry about organizing those forms and getting them in the right place in the future. Once signed they’re there and waiting, fully complete.
It's as easy as that. Find out why thousands of accountants, real estate professionals, lawyers and other professionals count on ShareFile and Rightsignature for their secure file sharing and electronic signature needs. Try it free today!
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- Send Big Files
- File Sharing Apps
- Virtual Data Room
- Secure File Upload
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