PSG makes strategic investment in Sign In App
PSG, a growth equity firm partnering with middle-market software and technology-enabled services companies, has made a strategic investment in Sign In App, a provider of workplace risk management software solutions.
PSG Senior Advisor Jeff Gordon will join the Board of Directors as Executive Chairman. In this active role, he will help execute PSG's strategy in visitor management and lead expansion in the U.S. for Sign In App's operations. PSG’s Matt Stone, Managing Director, Namrita Rai, Vice President, and Katherine Nimmo, Senior Associate, will also join Sign In App’s Board of Directors. Financial terms were not disclosed.
“Through this new partnership, we’re excited to be a part of Sign In App’s North American expansion and support the company’s commitment to continuous product innovation in order meet their customers’ evolving needs,” says Jeff Gordon. “Industry tailwinds generated by demand for clear and efficient workplace risk management tools underscore the U.S. market opportunity Sign In App holds.”
Sign In App enables businesses of all sizes and industries to streamline a comprehensive range of risk management activities on a single platform. The company’s software facilitates a wide range of employee and visitor management requirements, including employee and guest check-ins, desk booking, questionnaires to support compliance with health and safety requirements, emergency response procedures and more. Sign In App currently serves more than 4,500 customers comprising of over 7,500 sites, including universities and corporations from around the world.
“Our goal at Sign In App is to deliver a holistic platform that makes workplace risk management simple and effective. It’s critical for modern workplaces and schools to take a proactive approach to managing their risk, and this need has certainly been underscored by Covid-19,” says Dan Harding, co-founder and CEO. “We are excited to partner with PSG to accelerate our expansion, particularly in the North American market, and to help our customers streamline their visitor management and booking needs.”
“Companies and educational institutions are often looking for mechanisms to improve operational efficiencies, and currently, the visitor, identity and access management space is highly fragmented in our view. We believe Sign In App is on an exciting trajectory to solve this pain point for organisations globally with ease,” says Matt Stone and Namrita Rai. “We look forward to working alongside Dan, Chris and the Sign In App team to support their next phase of growth.”