Adobe Sign is now available through the Adobe Value Incentive Plan (VIP). Therefore, businesses of all sizes can license Adobe Sign using the same flexible buying program as Acrobat DC and Creative Cloud. Through the VIP buying program, customers can purchase named-user licenses as they need them, deploy them immediately, add or re-assign them as their business needs change, and manage Adobe Sign licenses along with all their other VIP licenses through the same Adobe Admin Console. Adobe Sign is available in two plans: Adobe Sign for business and Adobe Sign for enterprise.
Part of Adobe Document Cloud, Adobe Sign empowers organizations to send documents for legal e-signatures with just a few clicks and then track status in real time. And recipients can easily sign via their mobile device or browser. Adobe Sign for business and Adobe Sign for enterprise both include integration for Microsoft Office 365. And Adobe Sign for enterprise includes over 70 easy-to-configure prebuilt integrations that allow you to work inside leading applications, such as Microsoft Teams, Box, Dropbox, SharePoint, Salesforce, Dynamics, Workday, and many more.
For ease of reference below we provide an Adobe Sign product comparison. Learn how Adobe Sign for business and Adobe Sign for enterprise extend the core features available in Adobe Sign inside Acrobat DC.