Leegality, the eSign, eStmap and document workflow platform, has set itself a target of 10x growth in revenue in a year’s time. Anticipating huge demand, it is expanding its team and looking for talent across functions, including marketing, sales, customer support and legal.
With more organisations opting to digitise their important documents, the demand is expected to surge. It hopes to take the headcount to 100 by 2022. As Shivam Sigla, founder and CEO – Leegality, points out, “Since paperwork is vital to keep commercial transactions flowing – we saw a dramatic rise in interest for our platform among businesses of all sizes – especially after the lockdown in 2020. Today, our business market size is worth US$ 4 billion – so the opportunity is huge.”
The Company will be hiring entirely via social media, employee referrals, consultants and applications through job portals. The onboarding and induction processes will be carried out online.
About 20 positions are currently open across product, tech, marketing, sales, customer success, support, operations and legal functions. It has developed a 100 per cent remote onboarding and orientation process, which will make it possible for people from anywhere in India to be tuned in to the work and systems followed by the Company.
This five-year old startup, helps organisations across industries offers a unified eSign, eStamp and document workflow platform that allows businesses to sign and manage critical paperwork digitally in a fast, easy and legally enforceable manner. This allows businesses to enhance customer experience, improve their operational efficiency and create a more secure environment for key commercial transactions.
This Indian SaaS-based solution was founded by alumni of the National Law School, Bangalore.
Today, Leegality boasts of a revenue of about Rs. 1 crore per month and serves over 750 organisations, including startups and even banks. Some of the brands it caters to are, HDFC, Axis, ICICI, Bank of Baroda, SBI, IndusInd, Udaan, NoBroker, Dunzo, Razorpay, and WeWork .