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Cloud storage and collaboration giant Box has announced the acquisition of SignRequest, a cloud-based electronic signature (e-signature) startup based in the Netherlands.
SignRequest provides an easy-to-use e-signature solution for individuals, teams, and businesses of all sizes. By integrating SignRequest into its platform, Box will make it easier for organizations to quickly and securely execute online documents. The new service will be accessible through the Box Suite, allowing users to send e-signature requests within the existing document workflow.
The acquisition is part of Box’s strategy to provide customers with an integrated suite of secure content collaboration and sharing tools. Box Sign will allow organizations to securely manage the entire e-signature process, from document creation to tracking and verification. With Box’s enterprise-grade security in place, users can rest assured their documents remain safe and confidential.
Box CEO Aaron Levie commented on the acquisition: “We are excited to bring SignRequest into the Box family and integrate their e-signature capabilities into our platform. With Box Sign, we want to make it easy for organizations of all sizes to execute online documents with confidence and trust securely.”
Box’s acquisition marks another strategic move as they continue to offer innovative solutions that enable easy collaboration, secure sharing, and streamlined workflows. The launch of Box Sign is expected to be available later this summer.
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This acquisition will undoubtedly bring additional value to Box customers, allowing them to quickly sign documents with confidence and trust while ensuring their papers’ security. With Box’s enterprise-grade security in place, customers can be sure that their records remain confidential and safe. It will be interesting to see how this acquisition plays out and how it brings additional value for customers once Box Sign launches later this summer. Stay tuned for more updates!