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DocuSign vs HelloSign: What are the differences?

Developers describe DocuSign as "The fastest, most secure way to sign, send, and store documents in the cloud". DocuSign automates manual, paper-based processes allowing you to manage all aspects of documented business transactions, including identity management, authentication, digital signature, forms/data collection, collaboration, workflow automation and storage. On the other hand, HelloSign is detailed as "Embed signing functionality into your own site with just a few lines of code". HelloSign provides fast, secure, and legally binding eSignatures for Business. Our API gives you the ability to embed signing right into your own site with just a few lines of code. Set-up only takes minutes to complete.

DocuSign and HelloSign belong to "Document Signature" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by DocuSign are:

  • Sign online without pen or paper
  • Type and select a signature or write your own.
  • Legally sign documents with simple clicks from any computer or mobile device.

On the other hand, HelloSign provides the following key features:

  • Simple, easy to use, REST based API. Yep, there’s just one. No need to coordinate 3 APIs from the same company, just to send a document for signature
  • Great wrappers. We also launching SDKs for Python, Ruby, PHP and Java, with more languages to come
  • Self sign up. No need to talk to a salesperson or support to get started

Twitter, Kickstarter, and Instacart are some of the popular companies that use HelloSign, whereas DocuSign is used by ebay, LinkedIn, and Box. HelloSign has a broader approval, being mentioned in 24 company stacks & 8 developers stacks; compared to DocuSign, which is listed in 21 company stacks and 9 developer stacks.

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      Easy to setup and use
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      ESignatures
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      Clean API
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      RESTful API
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      Gmail integration
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      Ability to create templates
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      Embedded eSignatures
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      Google Drive integration
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      Annual pricing option
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      Free during development
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    What is DocuSign?

    DocuSign automates manual, paper-based processes allowing you to manage all aspects of documented business transactions, including identity management, authentication, digital signature, forms/data collection, collaboration, workflow automation and storage.

    What is HelloSign?

    HelloSign provides fast, secure, and legally binding eSignatures for Business. Our API gives you the ability to embed signing right into your own site with just a few lines of code. Set-up only takes minutes to complete.

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