April 5, 2022 – Notarize is honored to be named #24 on The Financial Times’ list of The Americas’ Fastest-Growing Companies 2022. Our growth has placed us among the elite list of only 500 companies among millions across the Americas. This honor validates online notarization as an important part of digital transformation across key industries, and especially within financial services.
Last year, we raised $130 million in our Series D in order to support dramatic increases in the demand for online notarization, which is proving to be an ongoing need post-pandemic. In addition to investing in talent from engineering to customer support, marketing and sales, we’re also committed to public policy leadership in order to ensure that digital transformation is embraced across regions and industries. Notarize has also established partnerships with companies like TIAA, Transamerica, FedEx and Adobe, adding to our roster of long-time partners including Stripe, Dropbox, Redfin, First American, Zillow, JD Power & Associates, and more.
We’re rolling out new products, integrations and industry-specific capabilities to make it as easy as possible to complete notarizations online and to support fully-digital, seamless transactions that improve the customer experience and impact businesses’ bottom lines.
Our unwavering commitment to our customers
Our commitment to bring trust online and provide a best-in-class online notarization experience defines everything we do. The unrivaled experience we offer our customers is predicated on our intuitive, robust software, top-notch partnerships, and thought leadership that is helping drive policy changes nationwide to bring more online opportunities to our customers.
The incredible growth we’ve experienced that has landed us on this list is thanks to our network of notary publics who power our platform and our customers who have trusted us to take part in their most important transactions. Every notarization is important, and we’re thrilled that so many people and businesses rely on Notarize to get the job done.