Savex and airSlate Partners

Savex and airSlate Partners to Offer E-Signature Solutions to Enterprises

Savex Technologies Private Limited, the 3rd largest IT solution provider company in India, has joined hands with signNow, a US-based e-signature technology provider, to offer enterprises the benefits of e-signature technology. Savex is headquartered in Mumbai and has over 86 Sales Offices with 42 stocking locations across the nation catering to over 7000 active users in over 650+ cities.

With more and more IT companies emerging, it becomes necessary to upgrade the existing technologies, which will help companies to sustain in the competitive market. The e-signature technology solution helps the enterprise to increase their productivity by going paperless. With the help of electronic signature technology solutions, companies can sign digital documents anytime and anywhere, thereby reducing geographical constraints.

signNow is a cloud-based e-signature technology provider under the parent company airSlate, the first-ever no-code robotic e-signing, document generation, contract negotiation, and automation platform. The platform can easily configure and combine any business process into multiple record systems without writing even a single line of code.

The signNow automation platform runs on the company’s SaaS platform that enables individuals or enterprises to manage their documents from any desktop/laptop or other devices like iPhone, iPad, or Android devices. It lets users upload documents from anywhere like e-mail, Dropbox or camera and tap to insert their signature.

To explain how these digital signatures work, the founder, Hawkins, wrote a book in March 2011. After this, SignNow gained wide popularity, raised $500,000 from anonymous investors, and raised $2 million from Khosla Ventures in March 2012. As the company was expanding globally, it selected India as one of its key technology partners and announced Savex technologies as its first distribution partner in India.


Paul Perry joined FinanceThrive as a news writer covering all things finance. He also enjoys writing about investment and personal financing. He has written for local newspapers and worked as a contributor for some famous digital publications.

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