DocuSign, an electronic signature solutions company, says a new version of the DocuSign application for Apple iPhone and iPad is now available for free in the Apple iTunes store. The update offers enhancements to the app, helping users send and manage documents electronically from anywhere, anytime in the cloud.
The app enables DocuSign customers to use their iPhone and iPad to send, track, view and store documents faster and more efficiently. The latest enhancements were driven by customer, developer and partner feedback, says the company.
“These days, busy professionals want and need the ability to track and manage important documents anytime, from anywhere,” said Steve King, chief executive officer at DocuSign.
“DocuSign for iPhone and iPad gives customers the freedom to close business more quickly, reduce costs and improve visibility and control while enhancing the customer experience.”
Easier to use – The interface leverages native Apple design to make using DocuSign on an iPhone or iPad fast and easy.
On-the-go sending capability – Senders can void, correct, view status and edit templates from within the app, allowing for greater sending flexibility.
In-person signing – Senders can generate a contract or other document and hand it to a customer to sign directly on the screen.
Greater visibility into the signing process – Expanded features enable users to view the status of in-process documents in real time.
Snapshot view – Graphs and reports with filter options let users keep visual track of their documents in real time.
Send from cloud apps – Users may send documents from Google Docs or Box.net, allowing complete cloud-based mobile control over sending contracts for signature.
Scan documents with the iPhone/iPad camera – Senders may take a photo of a document and send for signature through DocuSign—no need to waste time or money with fax or overnight mail, the company suggests.
With DocuSign’s mobile electronic signature app, businesses can close deals faster, reduce costs, gain real-time visibility into transactions and enhance customer satisfaction.
Busy professionals may run reports on their DocuSign transactions, view details of documents in process, and even make corrections on the fly right from their iPhone or iPad. The announcement was made Wednesday, May 18.