E-commerce logistics startup Pipe17 raises $8M amid pandemic-driven online shopping surge
Pipe17 CEO Mo Afshar. (Pipe17 Photo)
New funding: Seattle startup Pipe17 announced an $8 million seed funding round for its platform that helps online retailers tie together various e-commerce software systems related to inventory, order flow, fulfillment, and more. GLP Capital Partners led the round.
Pipe17’s tech: The 25-person company provides the connective tissue that brings data together and gives a real-time bird’s eye view of an e-commerce operation. Companies use Pipe17 to connect their QuickBooks Commerce software to a fulfillment channel, for example. The idea is to replace manual data collection via scattered spreadsheets. “Pipe17’s view is that first
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