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Sign here, there, or anywhere with Adobe EchoSign

You can sign among the trees or on the beach with the breeze. Up on a mountain top, or while closing up the shop. With Adobe EchoSign, you can sign anywhere, anytime. Instantly send, e-sign, track and file documents securely online, so you can get business done faster and more efficiently with your customers and partners, and get ahead of the competition.

EchoSign’s Sign Anywhere video is the first part of a new campaign designed to show you how easily you can sign documents anywhere, like in Northern Maine or while visiting Spain. The possibilities are endless and made easy with EchoSign’s three different signing methods: a mouse or stylus, typing in a name and hitting “click to e-sign”, or faxing in a written signature.

Recipients may e-sign with their Facebook, LinkedIn or Google web accounts, and EchoSign will automatically capture a picture and URL link to their public web identity. Don’t have access to a computer? Signing on an iPhone, Blackberry, or most other mobile devices with a web browser is simple! No Internet connection? Good news- signing offline is possible with our iOS app! Finally, if you prefer to send and sign via the old-school fax machine, EchoSign automatically provides a fax cover sheet with instructions. Once faxed in, the signed document is filed in EchoSign and a copy of the document is sent to all parties.

“At EchoSign we know how important it is to be able to do business from anywhere,”   says Erin Curtis, Director of Marketing, Adobe EchoSign. “We are using this campaign to communicate that our e-signature solution allows customers to send or sign documents no matter where they are. Paperless signing ensures a friction-free business environment.”

So whether you’re on a boat or ice-fishing on the coast, EchoSign allows you to close business quickly with a frictionless document signing experience from anywhere.

Categories: Electronic Signatures, In the News, Release News

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