PandaDoc vs. DocuSign: a feature comparison.

Learn how the most common e-signature softwares compare and pick the solution that works best for you.

E-signatures can save you time and money when you finalize documents. But you have so many e-signature software options available. How do you know you’re making the right choice?

Let’s compare the features of PandaDoc and DocuSign, two popular e-signature softwares — and also take a look at another alternative.

Features of PandaDoc and DocuSign.

The essential features of PandaDoc and DocuSign are similar. They can create and add basic e-signatures, send notifications, and audit reports. Both also offer document templates.

PandaDoc is tailored for sales teams. It has a content library that lets you save templates and custom branding, which can help keep sales documents uniform. PandaDoc also has an analytics feature that can track how recipients interact with documents.

DocuSign edges ahead of PandaDoc when it comes to security. Unlike PandaDoc, DocuSign offers two-factor authentication and more comprehensive certifications. It can record all document actions and has more advanced mobile and document editing features. DocuSign is the better choice for signing documents with sensitive data.

Either software will work for your basic e-signature needs. PandaDoc is better for sales purposes, while DocuSign has more comprehensive security features.

Integrate e-signatures into your system.

But if you’d like an e-signature solution that becomes part of your existing systems, Adobe Acrobat Sign can help. When compared with other solutions, Acrobat Sign offers cost-free, seamless integration with the most common business software, like Microsoft 365, SharePoint, and Salesforce.

You can easily edit PDF documents in Acrobat and request e-signatures without additional software. Acrobat Sign also has advanced custom branding features without additional fees.

Discover everything that’s possible with Acrobat Sign today.