Tipalti collects $76M from Twitter alums’ 01 Advisors and more for its AI-based accounts payable solution
Accounting is one of the cornerstones to building a business, but for most companies, getting it right is more of a necessity than it is one of their core competencies. That has created a vacuum, and now, a company called Tipalti — which has developed a popular solution to automate accounting for businesses that are not accounting companies by nature — has raised a significant round of funding to underscore that demand.
Today, the Israeli-Californian startup is announcing that it has picked up $76 million, money it plans to use to continue expanding the functionality of its platform and growing its business.
The funding, a Series D that brings the total raised by Tipalti to $146 million, is interesting in part because of who is providing it. Led by Zeev Ventures, it also includes backing from previous investor Group 11, along with new backers 01 Advisors, Greenspring Associates, and TrueBridge Capital Partners.
In case the name doesn’t ring a bell, 01 Advisors is the new investment firm co-founded Twitter’s former CEO and COO, Dick Costolo and Adam Bain, which started raising money only last month and appears to have disclosed one other investment before this, in the e-sports startup PlayVS.
01 Advisors’ interest
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