Thousands of people have reviewed more than 40 e-signature software on G2 Crowd, the world’s leading review website, and the results are in — InsureSign is the easiest way to get documents signed (for the fourth straight time).
InsureSign is currently trusted by tens of insurance professionals across North America.
So why do so many insurance agencies choose InsureSign over the competition?
By switching to InsureSign, users save money (while also upgrading on service quality). InsureSign’s e-signature software comes at an incredibly affordable price point, while still offering a suite of top-of-the-line features.
InsureSign users are the most satisfied. The e-signature tool boasts a 4.9 out of 5-star rating on G2 Crowd, and 100% of users gave InsureSign either 4 or 5 stars. InsureSign users are also more likely to recommend the product to others, with 98% reporting they’d tell a friend to use the software.
Return on Investment
InsureSign users see a return on investment an average of five months earlier than DocuSign users (check out how real users rate InsureSign vs. DocuSign here).
InsureSign offers a suite of innovative features unmatched by the competition, including a premium plan that offers text-message signing, in-person signing, reusable forms and more. Each feature is thoughtfully built out — which is why InsureSign customers give a near-perfect 97% rating for overall performance and reliability (compared to competitors’ scores in the low 90s).
Service You Can Count On
At InsureSign, customers come first, and it shows. InsureSign is the industry leader in customer relationships and has an industry-high 97% quality of support rating.
InsureSign works seamlessly with all agency management systems and has full integrations with many, including Applied Epic, QQ Catalyst and several more.
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This article was published in the June 2019 edition of Colorado Insurance News (COIN). To view more articles and read the whole COIN, click here.