ZorroSign to bring headquarters, more than 300 jobs to Phoenix

Aug 19, 2020, 5:00 PM
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(Facebook Photo/ZorroSign)
(Facebook Photo/ZorroSign)

PHOENIX — A data security company specializing in online signatures and transaction management is moving its global headquarters from San Francisco to Phoenix.

ZorroSign has begun the hiring process for sales development and technology roles and anticipates bringing more than 300 jobs to the area over the next three years, according to a press release.

“We’re very excited to establish our global operations hub in greater Phoenix,” ZorroSign CEO Shamsh Hadi said in the release.

“The region offers a supportive ecosystem for a rapidly growing tech company like ours with mechanisms in place at the academic, state and municipal levels, especially through the efforts of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and the City of Phoenix Community and Economic Development teams, which helped drive our decision to relocate.”

ZorroSign will begin the initial phase of the move by establishing its new headquarters at Grand Canyon University’s Canyon Ventures Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

The firm also intends to establish working relationships at various Arizona State University campuses.

Hada said the coronavirus pandemic has increased demand for his company’s data security services due to increased online activity.

“These are things that people were not asking for earlier, or it was very high level government entities or large enterprises and organizations…”

Those interested in ZorroSign’s job openings can inquire online.

KTAR News 92.3 FM’s Peter Samore contributed to this report.

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ZorroSign to bring headquarters, more than 300 jobs to Phoenix