Electronic signature service, SignEasy announces Google Drive integration

This was based on understanding our current customer profile and their business usage. With our new go-to-market strategy, our pricing has moved away from earlier one time premium upgrade of 10$ to a yearly subscription plan of 20$ per user/license

EasySignMobile which rebranded to SignEasy has launched Google Drive integration.

The latest version, i.e. 4.2.2 enables Google Apps users to import documents, sign and save them back to their Google Drive. Plus, SignEasy now works with all 4 big cloud storage services: Dropbox, Box, Evernote and Google Drive.signeasy_thumb.gif

The company which earlier focused on consumer segment has now started focusing on B2B segment. Sunil Patro, founder of SignEasy mentions “This was based on understanding our current customer profile and their business usage. With our new go-to-market strategy, our pricing has moved away from earlier one time premium upgrade of 10$ to a yearly subscription plan of 20$ per user/license. We have seen great results due the impact of the pricing change on our conversion rates and net revenue.”

The new version also allows offline signing, i.e. you can use the product, even while being offline.

Very recently, YCombinator backed HelloSign announced Gmail integration and SignEasy has bagged corporate clients including climate.com (insurance firm), sierrabroadband.com (telecommunications firm) and bretting.com, a manufacturing firm, all based in USA.

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