BOSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--airSlate, a leader in workflow automation solutions, announced today that it has received two major accolades - being named to the Top 100 Software Companies of 2021 list compiled by The Software Report and also winning the Overall Team Collaboration Company of the Year in the RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards.
“We are thrilled to be recognized with these two awards alongside some of the leaders in our industry,” said Borya Shakhnovich, CEO and co-founder, airSlate. “These awards are a testament to some of the incredible strides we’ve made as a company over the past year, with record growth to airSlate’s user base, significant financing, new product launches and integrations, and an expanding global team.”
airSlate has seen growing recognition in recent months, having also been named to the 2021 Forbes America’s Best Startup Employers list and taking home two Stevie® Awards - a Gold Stevie Award for Most Innovative Tech Company of the Year and a Bronze for Company of the Year in the large computer software company category.
The Software Report received 1,880 nominations this year and is a leading source for market research, news and insights related to the software sector. This year’s awardee list included a wide range of companies, such as Microsoft, Adobe, and Salesforce, among others. The RemoteTech Breakthrough Awards are a part of the Tech Breakthrough organization, which specializes in conducting market research and recognition programs in the technology sectors. RemoteTech saw more than 1,600 nominations this year from around the world, with winners from other categories including companies such as Monday.com, Zapier, and Canva.
airSlate is a global SaaS technology company that serves tens of millions of innovators worldwide with its electronic signature, document management, and no-code workflow automation solutions. The company’s portfolio of award-winning products, signNow, pdfFiller, airSlate, and US Legal Forms empower teams to create, innovate, and automate to digitally transform their organizations to run faster and easier.