Adobe Reader has just been updated to include free eSignatures capability, allowing Adobe Reader and Adobe EchoSign for just about anyone to sign documents electronically, and to send it without having to print or fax. It does not matter whether you are going to do this from a desktop machine, an iOS or Android-powered mobile device, the close integration between Adobe Reader and Adobe EchoSign eSignature service will allow one to gain real-time visibility into the signature process and status of contracts. End users will benefit as well, thanks to the assurance that their signed documents have been received, and this can subsequently be organized in an easier and more manageable manner.
According to Adobe, “The days of printing, signing and faxing back signed documents are numbered. With Adobe Reader and EchoSign, we’re making it easy for anyone to send important contracts to customers so that they can quickly and easily sign and send them electronically and get the deal done faster.” This new functionality is already available, so you might want to give it a go if you are interested to keep up with the times. [Press Release]RELATED
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