If this is a matter of agency employee/notaries meeting in person with the person issuing the order or swearing to an affidavit, there may be no need to get a company like DocuSign involved. They are possibly of value to companies sending docs to signers in a different office, city, or state, but if people are coming to your agency in person for the signing, all you need is a digital certificate.
For prices starting at $59/year per notary, you could get a digital certificate from IdenTrust. It could be installed in the Windows certificate store on the notary's computer. Then the document to be signed is created in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat, the signer signs it in one of several ways, and the notary signs it with the digital certificate. (Microsoft Word automatically finds digital certificates in the Windows certificate store; Adobe Acrobat has to have one of the preferences changed to find those certificates.) The document gets signed on the hard drive of the computer as part of the signing process. From there it can be emailed to whoever needs it.
There are other vendors who offer similar certificates. Also, there are other alternatives for how the certificate is stored. For example, it can be on a special USB token in case other people have access to the computer.
I have no connection to IdentTrust; it's just a company I was looking at when In Person Electroninc Notarization (IPEN) was allowed in Vermont. Presently Vermont notaries are not allowed to do any kind of enotarization until the Secretary of State creates rules for it; it could be a year or two before that happens. I never got set up for enotarization because there didn't seem to be any demand for it. I would not want to get involved in Remote Online Notarization (RON).
One issue to consider is once you have an electronically signed order or affidavit, how are you going to deliver it to whoever is supposed to get it? If the recipient only accepts paper, once you print the document, all the security features are lost and it's just a copy, not an original.