sign Now’s e Signature API empowers druggies to snappily complete entire document life cycles. fluently shoot documents for hand, request payments, produce applicable templates with fallible fields, and track the status of documents in real- time with sign Now.
From a Zapier integration to native API:
The alpha version of Sports Forms was created by Michael
himself. During to these early days in 2015, Michael started
looking for an e Signature solution that could be simple
integrated into Sports Forms. His search led him to the
air Slate s sign Now product (known then as Cudasign).
In their first year of using sign Now, Sports Forms relied on the
Zapier as the integration intermediary linking sign Now to
Sports Forms on the back end. Launching this integration
via Zapier was both simple and reliable. still , there were
some untapped opportunities for the expansion in the terms of
functionality. With this in mind, Sports Forms transitioned
from Zapier to a native API with sign Now in 2016:
Major takeaways from sign-now’s native API operation;
Intuitive interface for both web and mobile.
While the process of e Signing athletic forms frequently happens on the field( relatively literally), preparing forms for transferring and subscribing is fluently done while in the office or at home as well. That’s why having an interface that is incontinently intuitive for both the sender and signer( whether they ’re on desktop, phone, or tablet) is an integral part of the accessible stoner trip in Sports Forms.
Comprehensive point list at a reasonable price.
Michael pulls no punches when it comes to the state of the competition in the e Signature request.
Sports Forms performs a competitive analysis on a regular base and this analysis continues to confirm for
the company that they chose the right API for running their business
Quality of support and substantiated approach.
client satisfaction and fidelity may indeed appear from ease of use, functionality, and pricing. still,
quality of individualized support is the decisive factor when it comes to sticking with a result