Our goal at HelloSign has always been to make the signing process as easy as possible and we’re thrilled to continue this mission with our Google Docs integration.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 11, 2014
HelloSign, the most convenient electronic signature app, has announced that it is now integrated with Google Docs. For the first time users can sign documents directly in Google Docs, making the signing process easier, faster, and more seamless.
HelloSign was selected to be a launch partner of the newly launched Google Docs add-ons, which aims to increase the functionality for its growing number of business users. According to the latest report, there are more than 120 million accounts using Google Drive (which provides the Google Docs services) and 5 million businesses and institutions using the Google Apps platform.
With HelloSign, millions of Google Docs users can now safely and securely sign documents by simply dragging and dropping their signature right onto their document.
“We’re excited to be working with Google again,” said Joseph Walla, HelloSign’s co-founder and CEO. “Google Docs is becoming a standard for businesses large and small. Every single business has to sign documents, and many have to obtain signatures from customers and partners on a regular basis. Our goal at HelloSign has always been to make the signing process as easy as possible and we’re thrilled to continue this mission with our Google Docs integration.”
This is HelloSign’s seventh time integrating with Google. Visit http://www.hellosign.com/googledocs for more information and also to sign up for a chance to win a Chromebook Pixel.
HelloSign is the easiest way to sign documents online. We have combined the simplicity of a consumer product with business grade electronic signatures, empowering consumers and businesses alike to securely sign documents. See http://www.hellosign.com
About Google Docs
Google Docs is a freeware web-based office suite offered by Google within its Google Drive service. It was formerly a storage service as well, but has since been replaced by Drive. It allows users to create and edit documents online while collaborating with other users live. Google, Google Docs, Google Drive are trademarks of Google Inc.