eSign Services Stock
Cloud-based E-signature technology
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Previously known as EchoSign, Adobe eSign services brings trusted e-signatures to your organization and makes 100% digital workflows a reality. It integrates with the entire Adobe Document Cloud portfolio of solutions. And it’s the only e-sign solution that lets you create secure digital document processes across your entire organization — while partnering with a single vendor. The company is a direct competitor to [DocuSign](http://crunchbase.com/company/docusign) which took a substantial round of financing in the summer of 2007. EchoSign fired back with a second round of $6 million and partnerships with CRM powerhouse Salesforce.com, NetSuite, SAP, WebEx and [Zoho](http://crunchbase.com/company/zoho). Salesforce.com named EchoSign to the "Best Apps of 2012, "Best Apps of 2011", "Best Apps of 2010", "Best Apps of 2009" and "Best Apps of 2008", as well as a three-time AppExchange Essential. eSign's signature process requires users to email documents through its system which takes care of the signing process on the other side. The recipients can e-sign instantly in any browser, an iPhone or a Blackberry, or via a widget on any website. Or if desired, recipients can sign by fax using a toll-free fax gateway. eSign also offers full integration with Google Apps / Google Docs, NetSuite, SAP Sourcing, Oracle CRM On Demand, eFax, DropBox, Evernote, Box.net, SugarCRM, Xobni and [SpringCM](http://crunchbase.com/company/springcm). In July 2011, EchoSign was acquired by Adobe.
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