airSlate is proud to announce the opening of new operations in Wrocław, Poland. The opening of airSlate’s Wrocław center of operations comes on the heels of the Company’s continued leadership in the no-code, workflow automation market.
In 2021, airSlate experienced exponential growth in its user and partner base, reaching $100 million ARR and more than 100 million users across its portfolio of award-winning electronic signature, PDF editing, and no-code workflow automation solutions – signNow, pdfFiller, and airSlate.
Why airSlate invests in Wrocław
Wrocław is one of the fastest growing technology, business, and education hubs in the heart of Europe, currently housing over 200 tech startups. As a center of academic excellence, Wrocław is home to several dozen top-ranked universities, where over 125,000 young people study every year.
airSlate’s new operations in Wrocław aim to be the next leader for the Company’s “no-code” movement – bringing on software developers to build tools for customers of all sizes to experience the most comprehensive workflow automation capabilities, without needing any IT experience.
airSlate offers new career opportunities in Wrocław
By the end of the year, airSlate’s office, located nearby Grunwaldzki square, will welcome new employees. airSlate Wrocław team members will join an innovative environment where they will directly collaborate with airSlate’s headquarters in Boston, Massachusetts and the Company’s additional global operations centers.
“We are thrilled to welcome the brightest technology and software developer talent in Wrocław, Poland, to the airSlate team. As airSlate continues to focus on our global growth and product development, we look to bring together the best engineers, technologists, and developers. Wrocław is one of the fastest-growing technology and innovation centers in the world, and airSlate is excited to join Wrocław and continue to invest in the region’s technology and economic development, as well as offer opportunities for the region’s best talent to join our operations.”— Boris Shakhnovich, CEO at airSlate