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Six APIs were added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in Writing and Customer Service categories, among others. Also added were several libraries for use with the DocuSign API.
E-signatures have gone from curiosity to core business tool. They’ve also gone from on-premise server to the cloud, and from isolated application to embeddable API. Indeed, e-signature tools have a lot to offer most any organization, but companies must take care to choose the best tool for the job (or jobs) at hand. A recent evaluation by ProgrammableWeb shows that among the many e-signature options available today, one stands out clearly from the rest: DocuSign.
DocuSign, global leader in digital transaction management (DTM) and eSignature solutions, has announced an industry first mobile SDK. The DocuSign Mobile SDK allows developers to integrate DTM and eSignature functionality natively into mobile apps. The SDK was designed for simple integration (full eSignature and DTM integration in less than an hour) while preserving many options for customization.
With a whopping 17 mashups added to our directory this week alone, DocuSignEnterprise unanimously becomes this weeks best new mashup. DocuSignEnterprise is a cloud based legally compliant e-signature service. Through the DocuSignEnetrprise API developers can leverage DocuSignEnterprise functionality. This allows them to create electronic signature transactions, retrieve documents that are electronically signed, and the classic read, create, edit, and delete style mail functions. Below we will take a look at four of the mashups utilizing the DocuSignEnterprise API a little more in depth.
In the past week we have had three outstanding business mashups named Mashup of The Day. These mashups all used the DocuSign Enterprise API to help make business happen. Below you can see details on the three mashups and read about how they are changing the way documents are handled. Lets get started with DocuSign for Google Drive.
At the beginning of this year DocuSign started executing on a strategy to put together a brand new API. As a part of redesign we also decided to go forward with full adoption of REST protocol. This was no easy task as our existing DocuSign API was processing millions of documents and was responsible for about one-third of all traffic across the eSignature industry. Given that huge volume, we needed to create an exceptional architecture and design to support our customers’ growing applications and integrations. It was our responsibility to make sure the redesign fueled growth and acceptance across the industry--not just at DocuSign.
DocuSign, a leading eSignature Transaction Management Platform is on a mission to make the task of integrating electronic signatures into your applications easier. It has announced the release of the company's new DocuSign eSignature REST API with a revamped Developer portal that can get you started with implementing eSignatures in your applications within hours.
This weekend DocuSign, the company I work for, was at the first AngelHack hackathon in San Francisco. With nearly 200 people attending (over 150 developers), we were excited to see what applications can be enhanced with the DocuSign API, as well as all the different types of apps developers built.
For at least thirty years, people have talked about the "paperless office." With cloud-based services, it may finally be possible. Yet, for many organizations, a major hang-up is contracts, which require ink signatures. In our first public API report, sponsored by DocuSign, we looked at electronic signature platforms. Specifically, we examined the features and developer friendliness of e-signature APIs, which allow non-ink signatures to be automated and integrated into business processes. Without a doubt, e-signatures are a growing field, as evidenced by the recent acquisition of EchoSign by Adobe.
During an impressive 35 hour stretch over the weekend, over 100 developers came together in San Francisco to hack the electronic signature using the DocuSign Enterprise API and other APIs along the way. The winners show the breadth of applications built on DocuSign's platform, taking e-signatures beyond the legal document.
E-signature company DocuSign is celebrating its new San Francisco office with a Hackathon on May 14 and 15. The event will bring developers together to build atop its DocuSign Enterprise API. After 35 non-stop hours of heated competition, four winners will receive $25,000 (USD) cash prizes.