Businesses are always looking for new ways to save time and money with daily tasks. Now that Adobe has acquired EchoSign, an e-signature platform, any business using Adobe Reader will be able to have free document storage and legally binding digital signatures in the cloud. It is simple to use and has already been implemented by businesses such as Facebook, Pandora® and First American Title Insurance Company.
In the past, e-signature solutions for real estate usually meant another program to learn about or install. With a majority of people worldwide using free Adobe Reader software to open, view, and search PDF documents, implementing e-signatures for the real estate community just can’t get any easier. Plus, it is also integrated with companies such as Dropbox and Box.net that store documents in the cloud for easier collaboration. If you already use the free Adobe Reader, there is nothing to download or install; you just need to update Adobe Reader to the latest version. Once you do that, you will be able to edit and send PDF documents in real-time from anywhere.
All parties involved in a real estate transaction in most cases are not in their offices, in turn, they will be the ones who can benefit the most from this integration. With tablet and mobile access for Adobe with EchoSign, it is easy to receive signatures and store documents on the go. A great feature included is the ability to attach sticky notes to documents for further instructions. Agreements can also be tracked with live updates provided whenever there is a status update.
Adobe with EchoSign makes it easy to modify documents, add signatures with a freehand mouse or text and work with fill-in forms that you can also save. The settings included will also allow users to remember your signature and save it to use with the next document you receive. Within minutes you can get the signatures you need without the hassle.
****Compatible with iPhone®, iPod® touch (4th generation), iPad® 2 Wi-Fi, iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G, iPad (3rd generation) and iPad Wi-Fi + 4G.Requires iOS 5.1 or later.