Escrito por: Natalia Herrero Fecha Monday 31, May 2021 Categoría: General
We announce the formalisation of the integration of Ivnosys and Signaturit, leading Spanish technology companies in the fields of trust services and digital transaction management in Southern Europe, by PSG, a growth investment firm in small and medium-sized software and technology services companies, which will be the majority shareholder of the resulting group.
Founded in 2013, Signaturit provides a SaaS (Software as a Service) solution for sending and signing documents legally and easily. It also provides trust services to cover processes adjacent to digital signatures, such as eDelivery, which certifies the digital delivery of documents, or eID, which allows anyone to be securely authenticated.
Ivnosys, also founded in 2013, is the technology company trusted by Ibex 35 companies to protect their data and helps companies, administrations and individuals to optimise and secure their digital processes through the IvSign solution: a platform based on centralisation in the cloud that allows the management and signing of digital certificates and generates efficiencies, improves security and promotes paperless environments.
“We are delighted to partner with Ivnosys, a company with an excellent reputation for developing secure transaction and digital identity management software tools.” Juan Zamora, CEO and co-founder of Signaturit
Juan Zamora, CEO and co-founder of Signaturit with Javier Martinez, said: “We are delighted to partner with Ivnosys, a company with an excellent reputation for developing secure transaction and digital identity management software tools, and to be able to offer a comprehensive and enhanced set of solutions to our customers. We look forward to working with the founders and team at Ivnosys and continuing our successful relationship with PSG.
“This partnership will also help us to achieve our mission of digitising document management and transactions across Europe. Sergio Ruiz, founder of Ivnosys
Sergio Ruiz and Jaime Castello, co-CEOs and founders of Ivnosys, said: “Joining forces with Signaturit and PSG is the next phase of our growth and a very exciting direction. We look forward to working together and driving the synergies that will grow both our businesses. This collaboration will also help us to fulfil our mission to digitise document management and transactions across Europe”.
“We believe both companies are poised to benefit from the growing adoption of software, and their combination creates a truly unique value proposition in Europe”.
Dany Rammal, Managing Director and Head of Europe at PSG, and Romain Railhac, Director at PSG, added: “We are delighted to support both Ivnosys and Signaturit and to work alongside two excellent teams led by Sergio, Jaime, Juan and Javier. We believe that both companies are poised to benefit from the growing adoption of document and transaction management software, and their combination creates a truly unique value proposition in Europe”.
The combination of Signaturit’s cloud-based e-signature platform with Ivnosys’ suite of sophisticated and secure certificate, contract and digital signature management solutions will create a full-service SaaS signature for digital transaction management. Customers will benefit from an expanded offering of combined products for e-signatures, digital certificates, contract management and secure digital interactions with government and a team of more than 200 employees serving businesses of all sizes – from SMEs to large enterprises across Europe and Latin America.
PSG, a growth investment firm in small and medium-sized software and technology services companies, will provide combined support to the group as a majority shareholder following its initial investment in Signaturit in December 2020. PSG, Signaturit and Ivnosys will work closely together to accelerate the company’s organic growth through strategic mergers and acquisitions, leveraging its leading position in Spain and its strong presence in Southern Europe.
The founders of Ivnosys and Signaturit will retain an equity stake and will lead the group, and under the deal, French private equity firm Capza will exit its stake in Ivnosys.
“It has been a pleasure to support Ivnosys’ growth since 2019, and we are pleased that they have found such outstanding partners as Signaturit and PSG to keep them moving forward. We look forward to following their future successes, both inside and outside of Spain”. José Tomás Moliner, Partner at CAPZA