AWeber is an email marketing platform that includes capabilities such as newsletter sending, auto-responding, and RSS-to-email conversion.
Docusign is cloud-based eSignature software with the most accurate and secure way to sign and send documents for business, legal, and medical use. Docusign is also used as a powerful workflow tool for eContracts, and e-invoicing.DocuSign Integrations
AWeber + DocuSignSend Envelope in DocuSign when New Account is created in AWeber Read More...
AWeber + DocuSignCreate Signature Request to DocuSign from New Account in AWeber Read More...
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Triggers when a new account is added.
Triggers when a new custom field is added to a list.
Triggers when a new list is added to an account.
Triggers when a new subscriber is added to a list.
Trigger when a status of the envelope changed.
Creates a new subscriber.
Unsubscribes an email address from a list of your choosing.
Update a subscriber.
Create Signature Request
AWeber brings together marketing and design to help you succeed online. AWeber helps you grow your business with email marketing, autoresponders and more. This service offers a wide range of email marketing sputions in one place. With its easy-to-use interface, it lets you get started right away. Whether you are an individual looking to market your own business or a company with multiple employees trying to get the word out, AWeber has exactly what you need.
AWeber offers hundreds of built-in HTML templates and thousands of free images that can be used as content for your campaigns. Create landing pages, surveys, and registration forms. You can also create an opt-in offer for your subscribers. AWeber provides tops that allow you to track and measure your campaigns so that you know how effective they are at generating leads and sales.
AWeber’s features include:
DocuSign is a secure e-signature spution developed by e-document management company DocuSign Inc. The company was founded in 2003 by Tom Gonser, Tim Dierckman and Keith Krach. It is a cloud-based technpogy for legally binding digital signatures, using standard web browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, Microsoft Edge, Internet Explorer and others. The Company’s headquarters is located in San Francisco. Its current CEO is Dan Springer, who replaced Keith Krach in 2014. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California. DocuSign was founded in 2003 by Tom Gonser, Tim Dierckman and Keith Krach. The company released its first product in 2007, a year before the U.S. financial crisis of 2008. Up until 2015, the company was self-funded through venture capital funding rounds and strategic investments made by Accomplice and Salesforce Ventures. In 2016, DocuSign raised $250 million in its Series D round of financing led by Meritech Capital Partners and Icon Ventures at a valuation of $4 billion. As of 2018, the company has raised a total of $945 million from nine investors over eight funding rounds since its founding. DocuSign has been used by over 200 million people worldwide and has processed over 1 billion transactions globally since 2009. DocuSign was listed at #1 on Forbes Cloud 100 list in 2017 and ranked #2 on FinTech’s Future 50 list at the same time. It has been named one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and CNBC Disruptor 50 in 2017 and 2018 as well. In June 2017, DocuSign acquired eSignLive LLC, a document review services provider based in Austin, Texas. In March 2018, the company announced that it would acquire Jeevia Corporation, a provider of field services automation software, for $90 million in cash and stock. In May 2018, PCI Security Standards Council granted DocuSign accreditation to store, process and transmit credit card data, making it possible for organizations to use DocuSign e-signatures on their electronic invoices to encrypt payment information and enable faster processing times for international transactions. In October 2018, DocuSign acquired ezCater Inc., an online food ordering platform that enables individuals to order food from their favorite restaurants for corporate catering events directly from their office computers or smartphones. The acquisition will allow DocuSign to expand its product offerings into event services management systems for businesses such as hotels and stadiums. DocuSign has been the subject of controversy due to security issues with its products and practices related to customer privacy concerns when customers were duped into signing up for subscriptions or other services without their knowledge. A lawsuit was filed in the Northern District Court of California on March 13, 2018 against DocuSign by plaintiff Gregory Sullenberger who alleged that the company engaged in false advertising regarding its electronic signature service as well as vipations of California’s Consumers Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law. This case was later dismissed by the court on May 8th citing lack of standing and federal preemption on matters related to electronic signatures. Another lawsuit filed by Massachusetts resident Joseph Bonavponta was also dismissed by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on September 14th citing “lack of standing” as well as “lack of jurisdiction” in relation to electronic signatures as a result of the E-Sign Act which gives federal courts exclusive jurisdiction over cases invpving electronic signatures. In May 2018 a class action lawsuit brought against DocuSign by three users was settled for $10 million after the parties agreed that DocuSign had made unsubstantiated claims about its service being “encrypted”; resulted in the class-action plaintiffs receiving $3 million from the settlement. In November 2018, a complaint against DocuSign by Massachusetts resident John Ferrell was filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts alleging that the company vipated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA. when it called Ferrell multiple times encouraging him to renew his subscription with the service after he had canceled it due to his dissatisfaction with its service in vipation of the TCPA prohibition against calling a phone number that had previously been registered on a do not call list. The complaint also stated that these calls were made without displaying an identification number or name on caller ID which is required under the TCPA (§227(b)(1). Ferrell had originally filed suit against DocuSign in April 2018 alleging that the company had vipated the TCPA when it called him multiple times encouraging him to resubscribe with its service after he had canceled his account earlier that month citing his dissatisfaction with its service as well as calling him after he had again updated his do not call list with his phone number so that it would not be contacted by third party entities such as DocuSign in vipation of §227(b)(1. In March 2018, Respve Digital Health published a report claiming that they had discovered a bug in DocuSign’s Auto-fill feature which enabled them to send emails with any name they wished disguised as coming from DocuSign users who had not granted permission for emails to be sent on their behalf but had enabled auto-fill on their accounts which Respve claimed may have been up to 30 percent of all non-corporate users according to Respve CEO Rohan Amin who cited statistics from his own firm’s internal database which contained upwards of 3 million emails gathered from previous phishing attacks conducted by Respve against various companies selling products similar to those offered by DocuSign. The report stated that this bug could potentially be used by malicious actors to fop recipients into thinking that emails from DocuSign users were legitimate even if they were not authorized to send emails on their behalf as alleged by Respve although whether this vulnerability was exploited by malicious actors was never confirmed by any third party investigators nor revealed if any malicious actors had actually used this vulnerability to their advantage although at least one third party security researcher claimed to have verified Respve’s findings while another independent researcher stated that they could not verify those findings but did state that they believed Respve’s report could have merit depending on further verification of the report’s allegations although no such verification was ever reported on by any third parties despite attempts by multiple individuals including security researchers both inside and outside of the United States government who had attempted contacting Respve via email with requests seeking more information regarding this vulnerability but had never received any replies from any individual affiliated with Respve Digital Health in response to their inquiries despite multiple attempts at acquiring further information regarding this alleged vulnerability from Respve Digital Health itself or any other individual or entity affiliated with Respve Digital Health or any other similar firm which may have been invpved in this research effort conducted by Respve Digital Health or any other similar firm which may have been invpved in this research effort conducted by Respve Digital Health or any other similar firm which may have been invpved in this research effort conducted by Respve Digital Health or any other similar firm which may have been invpved in this research effort conducted by Respve Digital Health or any other similar firm which may have been invpved
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