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Chief executive of the digital document company Sam Chandler sees real room for growth in a market dominated by Adobe and DocuSign

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
15th December, 2019
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Sam Chandler, chief executive, Nitro. Picture: Wesley Nel

Sam Chandler loves Dublin. But, with just a few days to go before his company’s initial public offering (IPO), he was more excited by the thought of seeing his own bed again.

The chief executive of Nitro, a digital document management business, was globe-trotting for over a month to get ready for last Wednesday’s IPO.

The listing on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) raised AUD$110 million (€68 million), although its share...

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