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Updated on: 2018-01-08

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HelloSign is a service that Web sites may use to create documents that can be signed digitally.

Read this article to learn how it works.




What is HelloSign?

HelloSign is a service that provides an API that you can use to build legally binding and secure eSignatures directly into a website. You can automate and brand your paperwork with 3 different embedded features:

- Embedded signing, for building eSignatures directly into your website.

- Embedded requesting, for requesting signatures via your app.

- Embedded templates, for formatting and sending single use or repeat documents.

HelloSign API

Combined or stand alone, these features strengthen the branding for your company, create a less awkward signing experience for your user, and improve user paperwork completion rates.

Audit-tracking for your documents empowers you to keep tabs on the location of your document while logging each touch point.

To further automate your paperwork, the API includes flexible data handling. You can use text tags, merge fields, or custom fields to customize how you pull data when formatting your paperwork.

Documents are then automatically populated with information when sent for signature. Key benefits of this automation include: removing typo touch-points and preventing human error that costs your business in overhead and resources.

As a developer-friendly company, were proud to offer clean and modern API docs that are publicly accessible and offered in multiple open source wrappers.

Using the HelloSign API?

The HelloSign API is always free during development and you or your developers can choose optional self-sign up at any time. There’s minimal development time and as a result large savings towards in-house cost and overhead.

Troubleshooting is quick and simple with tools like our API dashboard and an open HipChat room staffed by the HelloSign engineers who built the API. We’re the only eSignature API to provide a dashboards and we’d be happy to walk you through the interface before you test the API.

HelloSign API customers have experienced 8% growth in revenue in the first year and dramatic decrease in overhead. Additionally, customers are using the API to automate both external and internal workflows. This empowers your business to streamline paperwork on the front facing side (again, branding is big here) and for your employees.

Who is using the HelloSign API?

Interested in what people are saying about us? Our current HelloSign API customer, Max Mullen, Co-Founder of Instacart was recently quoted saying: “We wanted an API built by a team that valued user experience as much as we do. At the end of the day we chose HelloSign because it was the best combination of these features, price and user experience.”

Additionally our customer Andrew Chishchevoy, Co-founder of Brokermint said: "The HelloSign API has been a huge win for Brokermint. It resides within our real estate back office platform, allowing our clients to execute all documents electronically and eliminates the need to print, scan, or navigate to a 3rd party eSignature tool.

HelloSign allowed us to offer our users a fully paperless platform. Since integrating the HelloSign API, we increased the conversion ratio on the sales side by 23%. It's also been a huge benefit for customer retention."

How can You Try the HelloSign API?

Trying the HelloSign API is easy. Just go here and Test drive HelloSign API today now.




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