eSignature Provider SignEasy Partners with EverNote; Sign And Save Documents Online


Founded by Sunil Patro, SignEasy allows users to sign documents online and manage them. In an announcement today, SignEasy said that they've partnered with EverNote and users can now import their documents directly within SignEasy, sign them, and save them back to their EverNote account. "Automating the archival of every signed document into EverNote is as simple as configuring the private email address given by EverNote in SignEasy’s auto-forward settings," says Sunil.

SignEasy was earlier known as EasySignMobile and rebranded to make a more clear communication. SignEasy is now fully compatible with iPhone5 taking advantage of the larger real estate of the screen for users to review and sign documents on the go. "We also became one of the first e-signature apps to introduce offline signing capability with a business grade solution on a mobile device. For on-the-go professionals who cannot afford to miss a deal due to lack of Internet, SignEasy announces support for offline signatures. Customers who are away from an Internet connection can still sign and collect signatures from clients, save the signed documents in SignEasy to be sent via email or stored in the cloud whenever they reach an Internet connection," says Sunil.

“With the impending launch of EverNote for Business in December, we are sure to see an increase of businesses benefiting from both products. Mobile professionals and businesses increasingly rely on the cloud for maximizing their productivity and efficiency and we are ready to serve those business users' signing needs,” adds Sunil.

Metrics for the app:

  • Downloads: Reaching 700K
  • Rated as 4.8 starts out of 5
  • Top 25 gross revenue making business apps in US App Store, Featured on Apple Business website for Apps at Work
  • Seamless integration with Email and popular cloud file sharing services: Dropbox, Box and Evernote

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