Not only that all of our eSignatures are 100% legally binding, but you can work with your whole team to eSign documents and send them for signing.
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Whether you want to sign PDF documents alone, as a duo, or with many other team members, know that SignHouse has your back. Our eSign software is built to last and help all of your team's members digitally sign.
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You won't have to download yet another app in your device — may that be your computer or your mobile device. SignHouse is 100% online-based, which means you can work on your PDF documents in your browser at all times.
Good question! We think SignHouse is one of your very best questions, but here's a rational comparison to Foxit eSign.
Both SignHouse and Foxit offer powerful online signature makers, email reminders, document analytics, and other helpful features.
Unlike other eSignature solutions, SignHouse and Foxit are all-in-one tools, meaning that you can first build, then edit, and electronically sign documents. Though, Foxit has less editing features.
Now, let's help you decide between Foxit eSign and SignHouse.
Foxit and SignHouse have document builders (and editors, of course). This means that you can build documents from scratch, a well as upload and edit already-existing files.
SignHouse goes beyond Foxit, as there are many features that you can access — some of them are missed by Foxit, as their editor has limited featuers.
Take a look at our library of PDF tools and check out how much you can customize documents.
Both Foxit and SignHouse let you edit and build documents on all their plans — it all comes down to how much you can actually modify your documents.
Working in teams is essential, and when looking for an electronic signature software, you're probably looking to use it with your team, or generally with more than 1 or 2 individuals.
Foxit makes it harder for you to collaborate on documents with your team, as you need to be at least on the $300/year plan to invite more than a few signees.
At SignHouse, you're free to work with your team on all plans, without having to pay any extras. Enjoy all the features you'll ever need: share, multi-user signing, in-person signing, and so on.
Speaking of which, you can electronically sign in any industry with your team and clients in-person as well. What does this mean?
You can sign documents on the same device. Instead of signing a document yourself and sending it to other signees via email, you can all use the same one device to eSign in person.
Save the time that once used to be wasted on preparing emails, sending them, checking multiple inboxes and spam folders — simply use the same device.
While Foxit lets you electronically sign in person, this is yet another feature that you need to pay at least $300 for. With SignHouse, you can use in-person signing on all plans.
Some documents can get pretty complicated — we get it.
When you or your signees have to upload attachments via email (images, documents, videos, and other media) when signing files, SignHouse lets you upload all types of files.
On the other hand though, Foxit eSign doesn't allow you to upload any email attachments. With SignHouse, you can always request signatures and attachments via email from your signees.