We're paying $1.35/envelope with no monthly fee. I don’t think they have any pay-as-you go plans listed on their site, but this has worked really well for us so far and was easy to negotiate.
$2,500 for 500 envelopes, and we also had to pay for an onboarding of $2,500 though didn't get much.
We were quoted $2,700/year, which they say is a 50% discount, to send 1,200 documents per year. We are staying on their entry-level plan which was supposed to be 'unlimited' sends, which only costs us $240/year, and we will wait to see if they try to enforce their 'fair usage' clause in the terms of service.
50 people for $500 a month, based on a 12 month contract
Standard account. $300.00/year Billed Annually - we're using a single seat and running the signatures through one individual.
Premium edition - envelope for $15,350 per year
Plus support - $1,530 per year
Not a lot of context on this, took the original pricing offered.
Docusign- we only have two accounts and we are paying $120 per seat per year
$40/month for 3 user accounts that we pay monthly. We are just paying the advertised "Business Pro" level.
We are currently paying nothing for the DocuSign as there's a startup free plan.
$4,900, unlimited accounts, 1,700 envelop sends per year. DocuSign recently changed pricing model from per seat to per send, got much more expensive.
We pay the normal $30/mo/user. They offered a slight annual discount and earlier had a 30% or so discount earlier in the year
We upgraded to Docusign Enterprise Pro for SSO support.
In upgrading to enterprise, we had the SSO "add-on" thrown in for free, and paid $4,000 for 6 seats.
If you want unlimited free e-signing, RabbitSign is an alternative to DocuSign.
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