Aussie start-up, Rundl, hits $5bn transaction milestone

Attributes success to partnership with DocuSign

Melbourne-born start-up, Rundl, has hit a $5 billion transaction milestone following 18 months within Australia’s software industry.

Since its launch in early 2015, more than 5000 repeat users have used the Rundl self-service platform that allows a host to complete a transaction from any device.

An individual can invite their client, business partners, colleagues and service providers to converse, share updates, negotiate and approve documents in a central, secure platform that keeps the customer in the loop 24/7.

Rundl partnered with global electronic signature company, DocuSign, in February to enable users to complete more end-to-end transactions securely online.

Rundl director and co-founder, Graeme Perkins, said the company’s success could be attributed to the digital shift in global business and customer expectations of transparent real-time communication.

“In the property industry we have been blown away by how quickly buyers, sellers, mortgage brokers, real estate agents and lawyers have embraced the Rundl platform to connect, collaborate and complete highly complex transactions worth $5.2 billion.”

“Our method of collaborative workflow was developed to enable multiple professionals across multiple industries to work together more effectively while providing an engaging customer experience. We’ve now launched a way for any individual or organisation to deliver digital services on any device at any time.”

He added, “The success of team collaboration platforms like Slack are just the tip of the iceberg when you think about the possibilities of using technology to break down corporate communication silos.”

The start-up was recognised recently at the CeBIT Australia 2016 Business Awards where it won the Innovation Category.

Perkins said, "Winning the CeBIT Innovation Award is a great honour for not only Rundl's founders but our entire development team. It reconfirms that we really are changing the way people do businesses and have set a new standard in service delivery."

The company was also selected as a finalist in the service delivery categories.

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