Adobe Sign is a cloud-based e-signature platform that allows users to digitally sign documents, send documents out to other Adobe Sign users to request for their e-signatures, and to track said documents.
For more information about Adobe Sign, kindly visit this link: Adobe Sign Features.
To learn more about how to use it, you may visit this link: Adobe Sign tutorials.
The University’s current licenses have a total maximum limit of up to 5,000 transactions. One (1) transaction is counted when an electronic document or a collection of related documents are sent to another user in Adobe Sign. To understand more about how Acrobat Sign Transactions are counted, you may visit the following link for more information and guidance: Understand Transaction Consumption in your Adobe Acrobat Sign Account
If you are to create and route a document which will be up for signatures by UP officials, YES you will need a license. But NO, you do not need a license if you are just to sign a document transmitted through Adobe Sign. Thus, if you do not intend to create and transmit any documents, there is NO need to get an Adobe Sign license.
Currently, Adobe Sign access is provided to UP Officials.
To request for an Adobe Sign account, send an official request letter addressed to the ITDC Director. Said request letter must include the following:
Please also take note that the request must be signed/endorsed by the head of office/unit. This request letter must be routed through the Document Routing System (DRS).
If you are unable to access your account, contact us at the UP System ICT Support at https://ictsupport.up.edu.ph/.