DocuSign vs HelloSign
Last updated: February 28, 2020
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HelloSign's secure electronic signatures are business-caliber, easy-to-use, and legally binding. Getting documents signed has never been simpler. We've removed paper entirely from the process and built tools to facilitate document signing, tracking and management. Notifications keep you apprised of the signer's activity and our audit trail logs it. Once completed, signed documents are securely stored and accessible from the cloud so you can always get to your important documents.
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2020 - DocuSign acquires Seal Software for $188M to enhance its AI chops
Contract management service DocuSign announced that it is acquiring Seal Software for $188 million. Seal Software was founded in 2010, and, while it may not be a mainstream brand, its customers include the likes of PayPal, Dell, Nokia and DocuSign itself. These companies use Seal for its contract management tools, but also for its analytics, discovery and data extraction services. And it’s these AI smarts the company developed over time to help businesses analyze their contracts that made DocuSign acquire the company. This can help them significantly reduce their time for legal reviews, for example.
2019 - Dropbox aquired e-signature service HelloSign
Dropbox is to acquire for $230 million HelloSign, a company that provides lightweight document workflow and eSignature services. This can also been seen in the context of the Extension capability that Dropbox added last year. HelloSign was actually one of the companies involved at launch. While Clark says the company will continue to encourage companies to extend the Dropbox solution, today’s acquisition gives it a capability of its own that doesn’t require a partnership and already is connected to Dropbox via Extensions. Dropbox is going to remain HelloSign as a standalone business within the Dropbox family.
2018 - DocuSign filed for IPO to compete with Adobe Sign
DocuSign, which pioneered the e-signature, is gearing up to go public in the next six months, sources tell TechCrunch. Utilizing a commonly used provision of the JOBS Act, DocuSign submitted its IPO filing behind closed doors and will reveal it weeks before its public debut. Like Dropbox, which is finally going public this week, San Francisco-based DocuSign has been an anticipated IPO for several years now. It’s raised over $500 million since it was founded in 2003 and has been valued at $3 billion. Kleiner Perkins, Bain Capital, Intel Capital, GV (Google Ventures) and Dell are amongst the many well-known names which have invested in DocuSign.
2016 - DocuSign partners with major payment providers to offer pay at signing to challenge SignEasy
Electronic signature provider DocuSign is now allowing users to add a payment to be collected digitally at signing. This is particularly important for contracts that require a down payment to continue. Prior to having this capability, the parties would have to arrange payment separately from the electronic contract signing process. For many businesses like contractors or event rentals, this meant having to make a phone call or sending an email or snail mail bill to collect payment before work could begin or the deal was official. With this new payments functionality, the parties can arrange payments up front and streamline the entire process.
2015 - Electronic signature platform DocuSign raises $233M
DocuSign a company best known for its electronic signature platform, has raised a $233 million. DocuSign is one of the market leaders and global standards for electronic signature. It provides the world's largest and fastest growing electronic signature platform, empowering businesses to complete transactions online quickly and securely while improving compliance and reducing costs. DocuSign is the only cloud computing-based electronic signature platform that entirely replaces slow, expensive document management systems. According to the DocuSign CEO, the company now has three goals: Grow its revenue, ramp towards profits, and build its global identity standard. To that end, the new capital will be used at least in part to fuel international expansion.
2015 - DocuSign acquires digital signature provider CoSign
DocuSign is to acquire ARX. The acquisition builds on a three year business partnership between DocuSign and ARX, bringing together ARX's best-in-class CoSign digital signature technology with the world's leading Digital Transaction Management (DTM) platform, to empower customers to transact business with full trust and confidence anywhere in the world. ARX, with its CoSign line of products, offers important compliance certifications critical for customers in Europe, the Americas and Asia, including NIST's FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and Common Criteria EAL4+ certifications. CoSign is used by millions of users globally to transact business in the most highly regulated industries, including life sciences, government and public sector, financial services, healthcare and engineering. The CoSign product line includes native integrations into a wide variety of systems including Microsoft Office, Office 365, SharePoint, Nintex, K2, OpenText, Oracle, Alfresco and more.