DocuSign, the global standard for eSignature, today announced the launch of DocuSign for Windows 8, bringing the world’s most powerful eSignature app to users on Microsoft’s new operating system. The free app helps professionals quickly collect legally binding signatures on documents, contracts, and agreements from anyone, anytime via native experiences on Windows 8 devices.
With DocuSign for Windows 8, users easily send documents for eSignature from any cloud storage application accessed from their device, including SkyDrive, or from the device’s hard drive. DocuSign for Windows 8 provides professionals an easy way to check the status of documents that they’ve sent for signature and set automatic reminders for recipients to encourage them to complete documents.
“Microsoft developers have always provided great functionality and value for our shared customers. Windows 8 gives them the platform to deliver a no-compromise experience,” said John Richards, senior director, Windows Business Development. “Consumers and businesses alike will benefit from the new era of Windows that brings new devices and experiences never before possible.”
“We’re excited to further enrich our important partnership with Microsoft,” said Dustin Grosse, chief marketing officer, DocuSign. “DocuSign for Windows 8 brings the global standard for eSignature to Microsoft’s newest operating system to make your personal signature even more powerful in the Microsoft cloud.”
DocuSign for Windows 8 is available now for free download in the Windows Store. DocuSign customers simply log in with their DocuSign credentials to use their existing account. New users can create a free DocuSign account to obtain legally binding signatures from others with up to five complimentary sends. Free users can also easily upgrade to even more powerful commercial accounts. Individuals interested in DocuSign for Windows 8 may visit the Windows 8 listing.
Download the app here from the Windows Store.