Quip (company)

Quip (company)

A company with a collaborative productivity software for mobile and the web. It was founded in 2012 and is located in San Francisco, California.

Quip is a San Francisco-based software company that has created a document platform that combines documents, spreadsheets, slides and communication features. It is generally used by sales teams.

Product

The software's documents feature allows for a sales team to collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and slides in real time. The slides feature can be connected to the client's company's data so that information is updated. The slides are also capable of being worked on collaboratively. The spreadsheets have mathematical capabilities that allow for teams to look at their numerical data and make decisions based off of it. The chat feature is available in all of the other features so that the team can view the work and data while working together.

Quip also uses Live Applications, which allows for the client to add on applications that would be useful for their specific team. Applications that are available include a Kanban board, a polling application, a calendar, a sales force record and more.

Timeline

2012

Quip was founded by Bret Taylor.

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People

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LinkedIn

Alex Power

Employee

Bret Taylor

Co-Founder

Edmond Lau

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Glenn Frommer

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Josh Weinstein

Employee

Kevin Gibbs

Co-Founder

Peter Fenton

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Sara Rowland

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Tenzing Bhutia

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Further reading

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Salesforce finally embedding Quip into platform, starting with Sales and Service Cloud

Ron Miller

Web

March 19, 2019

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Megan Rose Dickey
October 29, 2019
TechCrunch
Quip, the dental care startup that first went to market with electric toothbrushes, has launched its first product outside of brushes. Called Strand, the product is a floss applicator with a refillable canister. Strand costs $20 for the metallic applicator and refills cost $5. Each string is pre-marked at every 18-inches to help guide people [...]
Connie Chen
August 5, 2019
Business Insider
Quip has sold more than 1 million electric toothbrushes to date and wants to become your one-store solution for oral health.
Megan Rose Dickey
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TechCrunch
Quip, the dental care startup, is releasing a new product aimed toward kids. Similar to the electric toothbrush it makes for adults, the kids' brush features a timer that pulsates every 30 seconds and automatically turns off after two minutes. The main differences between the brush for kids a...

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