- July 17, 2018
- DeeDee Kato, VP, Corporate Marketing
Many businesses require electronic signatures on all official documents to safely and securely conduct transactions. What’s more, companies that do so may also require those e-signatures to come from trusted and reputable services, not just any electronic signature service. Fortunately, Foxit PDF Editor and Foxit PDF Reader both enable you to use eSignatures with built in integration with DocuSign, a leading eSignature provider.
Create, sign, send, done
Using Foxit PDF eSign, you can create, edit, and customize PDF documents such as invoices and forms to fit your needs, then add online signatures to your PDF documents quickly and easily.
Simply sign into PDF eSign and drag and drop fields to populate your PDF document or form with everything you need. Send it off to your recipient and get it back in as little as a few minutes, saving valuable time and effort.
There are a lot of other ways to use Foxit eSign , too, including:
- Signing contracts, invoices and work orders
- Approving project estimates and change orders
- Completing and signing leases and rental agreements
- Signing paperwork for real estate purchases
- Signing statements of work and insurance forms
Not just for business
Foxit eSign works for personal uses too, such as signing school forms and permission slips as PDF files, then returning them electronically. That way, quasi-reliable delivery services (aka, your kids) aren’t a part of the process.
Protect your private information online and offline—sign and send securely
Foxit eSign keeps your private information safe on your computer and when collaborating with others with full document encryption and industry-leading security certifications protect you through the sending, signing, and requesting signature process.
In case you were wondering, Foxit eSign e signatures are completely legally binding and enforceable in a court of law. Foxit eSign’s complete audit trail and authentication features assure you that signers are who they say they are.
All of which means that when it comes to creating documents and signing them, the pen need no longer be part of the process.