This question comes up a lot and the the answer is always, a lot more than you think. The truth is, you can use e-signatures to sign anything from debit orders to leases agreements and from Section 14 Retirement Annuity fee renewal forms to employee contracts.
One of our customers who has been with us a long time, uses e-signatures to get all their leases and mandates signed by tenants and landlords. Another one of our customers, get all their bookings and waiver forms completed online for their boat cruises. And almost all use e-signatures to get debit orders signed at some point or other. Including ourselves. (Yes we use e-signatures as well)
Use cases for e-signatures are about as diverse as you can imagine.
Here’s a list of common documents signed using e-signatures (in alphabetical order):
Auto insurance forms
Employee Onboarding paperwork
Insurance application forms
Insurance claims forms
Offer of employment letter
Property Sales Mandate
Rental Property Mandates
Section 14 Retirement Annuity Fee renewals
Temporary service contracts
User onboarding paperwork
This list is by no means complete! E-signatures can be used for almost all documents.
If you’d like to try it out for yourself, Quicklysign offers a 10 Document free trial here.