Effortless electronic signatures 

Capture eSignatures while increasing security and boosting speed with Conga’s solutions.

Capture eSignatures at every step

Quickly secure the electronic signatures you need with Conga Sign. Whether you’re sending out NDAs during the proposal process, closing in on contract negotiations, fulfilling product and service obligations, or renewing future agreements know you have compliance and security in place to instantly get the signatures you need. 

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Conga eSignature solution

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Conga Sign is a modern, compliant, and secure eSignature solution to use across your full revenue lifecycle.

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Improving revenue lifecycle with electronic signature 

Take our customers’ word for it. They tell us every day what a major improvement these solutions are making for their teams. 

Easy eSignatures in Salesforce 

Easily pull the data you need for contracts from Salesforce to get documents to your customers faster so you can complete the lifecycle sooner. With Conga’s effortless eSignature tool, Conga Sign, you can quickly move documents through the approval process, all while staying in Salesforce.

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When implementing any document management system, think about the power of what it can actually give you. It’s not just sending a document or creating a document for signature. It’s actually making that process easy, making it invisible to users.

Adrian Evans
Chief Operating Officer
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See for yourself

Sometimes seeing is believing. We’re happy to tell you all about our solutions and how they work. Start a free trial and see the power—and simplicity—of our eSignature solution.

eSignature FAQs 

  • Are eSignatures secure?

    Conga provides an eSignature solution that meets common legal requirements in the United States so that you can trust Conga Sign for your most important business documents. From capturing consent, verifying identities, and providing digital certificates, Sign covers it all

  • Are eSignatures legal?

    Yes, eSignatures are legally binding. The E-Sign Act states that a signature, contract, or other record relating to this type of transaction may not be denied legal effect, validity, or enforcement solely because it is in electronic form. eSignatures are supported by our audit trail, which includes all events associated with the signing process. 

  • Does Conga's eSignature software work with Salesforce CRM?

    Yes! In fact, Conga Sign was built on Force.com specifically for Salesforce customers. When using Sign, you will experience a similar user interface and user experience as you would in the Salesforce platform.  

  • Does the end user need Conga to use your product?

    No! You can capture esignatures in the way your customers prefer: in person or remote, drawn on a screen, via SMS, or through an email.

  • What is the difference between digital signature and eSignature?

    As the world becomes more connected, business is increasingly transacted online—creating a greater need for virtual signatures. People often use the terms electronic signature and digital signature interchangeably, but they’re actually quite different. 

    An electronic signature (or eSignature) is defined as: an electronic sound, symbol, or process attached to or associated with a contract or other record and adopted by a person with the intent to sign. For more than 20 years, eSignatures have been recognized under US law and are generally granted the same legal weight as handwritten signatures. eSignatures can be executed with the click of a mouse or a few strokes on a touchpad. They’re commonly used for business and personal contracts, employment offers, basic financial transactions, and more. 

    A digital signature is a more secure form of electronic signature that is backed by a digital certificate, which provides proof of the signer’s identity. Digital signatures are electronically bound to the signed document and include encryption that prevents tampering with both the signature and the document itself. While digital signatures aren’t necessary for most everyday agreements and transactions, they provide an extra layer of security for sensitive documents and highly regulated industries like government, healthcare, and financial services.  

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