Pipefy

Pipefy

A software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform.

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On July 10, 2019 Pipefy announced raising $45 million in series B funding from Insight PartnersInsight Partners (lead investor), OpenView, and Insight Partners. The company plans on using their series B funding to expand its go-to-market operations and for product development.

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On January 19, 2016 Pipefy announced raising $2.5 million in venture funding from Valor Capital Group, Trinity Ventures, Redpoint Eventures, FundersClubFundersClub, 500 Startups, Morten Primdahl, Lee Jacobs, Ignacio Canals, and Alexander Aghassipour.

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Pipefy is a software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, CaliforniaCalifornia and was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro Johann, and Magnus Arantes. The company was originally based in Brazil before moving its headquarters to San Francisco, California. The Pipefly platform is focused on work automation for enterprise employees working in human resources, finance, marketing, information technology, and help desk. Notable customers using Pipefy include Coca Cola, IBM, Volvo, Santander, and Kraft Heinz.

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Pipefy is a software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro Johann, and Magnus Arantes. The company was originally based in BrazilBrazil before moving its headquarters to San Francisco, California. The Pipefly platform is focused on work automation for enterprise employees working in human resources, finance, marketing, information technology, and help desk. Notable customers using Pipefy include Coca Cola, IBM, Volvo, Santander, and Kraft Heinz.

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On January 19, 2016 Pipefy announced raising $2.5 million in venture funding from Valor Capital Group, Trinity VenturesTrinity Ventures, Redpoint Eventures, FundersClub, 500 Startups, Morten Primdahl, Lee Jacobs, Ignacio Canals, and Alexander Aghassipour.

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Pipefy is a software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro JohannLeandro Johann, and Magnus Arantes. The company was originally based in Brazil before moving its headquarters to San Francisco, California. The Pipefly platform is focused on work automation for enterprise employees working in human resources, finance, marketing, information technology, and help desk. Notable customers using Pipefy include Coca Cola, IBM, Volvo, Santander, and Kraft Heinz.

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Pipefy is a software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro Johann, and Magnus Arantes. The company was originally based in Brazil before moving its headquarters to San Francisco, California. The Pipefly platform is focused on work automation for enterprise employees working in human resources, finance, marketing, information technology, and help desk. Notable customers using Pipefy include Coca Cola, IBM, Volvo, Santander, and Kraft HeinzKraft Heinz.

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On January 19, 2016 Pipefy announced raising $2.5 million in venture funding from Valor Capital Group, Trinity Ventures, Redpoint Eventures, FundersClub, 500 Startups, Morten Primdahl, Lee Jacobs, Ignacio CanalsIgnacio Canals, and Alexander Aghassipour.

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On January 19, 2016 Pipefy announced raising $2.5 million in venture funding from Valor Capital Group, Trinity Ventures, Redpoint Eventures, FundersClub, 500 Startups, Morten PrimdahlMorten Primdahl, Lee Jacobs, Ignacio Canals, and Alexander Aghassipour.

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Pipefy is a software company offering a workflow management and process improvement platform that is headquartered in San Francisco, California and was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionco, Kelvin Stinghen, Leandro Johann, and Magnus Arantes. The company was originally based in Brazil before moving its headquarters to San Francisco, California. The Pipefly platform is focused on work automation for enterprise employees working in human resources, finance, marketing, information technology, and help desk. Notable customers using Pipefy include Coca Cola, IBM, VolvoVolvo, Santander, and Kraft Heinz.

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On March 27, 2018 Pipefy announced raising $16 million in series A funding from Trinity Ventures (lead investor), OpenView (lead investor), Redpoint Eventures, OpenView, OneVC, and Diego GomesDiego Gomes.

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On July 23, 2015 Pipefy announced raising $200,000 in seed funding from Valor Capital GroupValor Capital Group, Redpoint Eventures, and 500 Startups.

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