Today, we’re excited to share that Zoho Sign has been named as a Major Player in the IDC MarketScape Worldwide e-Signature Software 2021 Vendor Assessment. We’re honored to be included, as Zoho Sign is one of the youngest and fastest-growing e-sign vendors to be part of this prestigious list in a rapidly evolving landscape.
Staying true to Zoho’s vision of building a complete operating system for businesses, so organizations can run their entire operations from one centralized hub, we built Zoho Sign from scratch ourselves and launched it in July, 2017. We have over 30,000 organizations in over 100+ countries relying on Zoho Sign to e-sign their business documents.
Why do our users love Zoho Sign?
A simple interface with robust features
Unlimited document signing from the web and mobile interface
Contextual integration with both Zoho apps and third-party apps
Enterprise-ready: Complete rebranding and customization, Qualified Electronic Signature (QES), USB token signing, blockchain timestamping, cloud backup
REST APIs and SDKs
Here’s what IDC Marketscape had to say about eSignatures:
According to IDC MarketScape, “eSignature solutions are an important element in improving both the efficiency and the experience surrounding business-to-business and business-to-consumer content-centric workflows. Frequently, these workflows involve parties outside the organization that are engaged in a business relationship that requires verified contractual consent by either the business, one or more external parties, or both. As an increasing number of documents are “born digital” and organizations continue to digitally transform content-centric workflows, eSignature technology has enabled those workflows to remain digital and drives a number of benefits including reduction in transaction time and cost, increased security, and improved employee, supplier, partner, and customer experiences.”
IDC MarketScape about Zoho Sign:
We are delighted to share that the premier market intelligence and advisory firm, IDC highlighted these benefits of using Zoho Sign for your business:
1. Road map
“With over 45% of its revenue invested in R&D, Zoho boasts one of the strongest roadmaps. Over the next three to five years, Zoho Sign plans to add online notarization, AI-based facial recognition and ID matching for signer identification, and smart contracts along with many regional and industry compliance measures. The company intends to offer seamless signing experiences with automated document workflows across Zoho’s suite of online productivity tools and SaaS applications and more than 200 third-party applications.”
2. Ease of use
“Zoho received high marks from the customers that we spoke with for ease of use for both users and administrators. Customers also rated the company highly on value delivered in relation to the price paid for the application.”
“Integrations with the family of Zoho Apps (including Docs, CRM, Desk, Books, Invoice, People, and Mail) are available in the free and standard packages. These packages also include import/export capabilities with third-party cloud applications such as Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, and OneDrive. The professional version includes integration to Zoho Forms. Zoho is currently beta testing blockchain time stamping for customers of its enterprise package.”
If you want a free copy of the IDC MarketScape Worldwide eSignature Software 2021 Vendor Assessment, you can download it from here.
So why wait? Try the app yourself with our 14-day free trial and explore all our enterprise features. And if you have any questions or feedback about Zoho Sign, feel free to write to us at email@example.com or share your thoughts in the comments section below.