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fin.com

Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series A | Alive

Total Raised

$20M

Last Raised

$20M | 8 mos ago

About Fin

Fin captures employee workflow data from across applications and turns it into productivity insights to improve the way enterprise teams work and remain engaged.Fin's software tracks productivity and gives managers insights into how they can improve procedures, coach their staff, and observe how their teams use technology to get things done. Employees can control their process and pinpoint locations where bottlenecks may exist at the same time.Fin started as a digital assistant that providing calling, emailing, texting, scheduling, researching, booking and purchasing services for users. It pivoted to the workflow data product in 2020.

Fin Headquarter Location

San Francisco, California,

United States

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Banking

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Startups providing solutions to banks to automate processes and operations.

Fin Patents

Fin has filed 30 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Accounting terminology
  • Boardsports
  • Surfing
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

7/13/2020

2/15/2022

Accounting terminology, Payment systems, Data management, Information technology management, Strategic management

Grant

Application Date

7/13/2020

Grant Date

2/15/2022

Title

Related Topics

Accounting terminology, Payment systems, Data management, Information technology management, Strategic management

Status

Grant

Latest Fin News

Recruiter who redeemed 397 Temasek face mask kits using FIN numbers of foreign workers gets jail

Jan 17, 2022

Recruiter who redeemed 397 Temasek face mask kits using FIN numbers of foreign workers gets jail File photo of MaskSafe DET30 reusable masks, distributed by Temasek Foundation in June and July 2020. SINGAPORE: Thinking that certain foreign employees were less likely to redeem free mask kits distributed by the Temasek Foundation during the COVID-19 pandemic, a recruiter used their foreigner identification numbers (FINs) to redeem 397 sets for herself. Singaporean Chua Sah May, 48, was sentenced to seven months' jail on Monday (Jan 17) for one count of cheating. The masks could last her for more than 66 years, the prosecutor said. While the masks were seized from her home by the police, the Temasek Foundation could not accept them for hygiene reasons. The court heard that Chua worked as a recruiter and was outsourced to two companies - Clariant Singapore and Archroma Singapore - to handle their payroll or work pass matters. In June and September 2020, Temasek Foundation announced that it was distributing MaskSafe DET30 reusable face mask kits containing two reusable face masks per kit to every Singapore resident without cost. The initiative was to help the Singapore community stay safe from COVID-19 infection, and the mask kits were to be redeemed from vending machines across the island. Each Singapore resident was to key in their NRIC or FIN at the vending machines to redeem one mask kit with two masks inside. Separately, Temasek Foundation sold the mask kits at S$8 per kit. Chua's work allowed her access to the FINs of both companies' foreign employees, and she stored the information in her hard drive. When Temasek Foundation distributed the mask kits, Chua wanted more for her own use and decided to use the FINs she had access to for this purpose. Between June and September, she accessed the information she had in her hard drive and looked for FIN of foreign employees whom she thought had left Singapore or could not enter Singapore because of the pandemic. She went to Yio Chu Kang Community Club on 397 occasions and keyed in the FINs of these employees to redeem mask kits. She took a total of 397 mask kits, worth S$3,176, in this manner. A sales manager for Clariant South East Asia filed a police report on Oct 3, 2020, saying he tried to retrieve his mask kit but could not as the system stated he had already done so. Chua was caught on closed-circuit television footage redeeming three Temasek mask kits from a vending machine on Sep 27. She was arrested and surrendered 454 mask kits that were in her home to the police. "However, for hygiene reasons the Temasek Foundation is unable to accept the mask kits," said the prosecutor. He asked for at least seven months' jail for Chua, saying she had exploited "an important initiative by the Temasek Foundation to provide face masks to Singapore residents for free", with the aim of reducing the spread of COVID-19. "It was exactly with this aim in mind that Temasek Foundation had automated the distribution process - by distributing face mask kits via its vending machines, Temasek Foundation was able to provide a safe, convenient and minimal contact distribution and collection process," he said. He added that the Temasek Foundation estimated that a pair of the face masks may last for up to two months. "Effectively, the accused took masks that could last her a total of more than 66 years," said the prosecutor. "Seen in this light, the accused's offence was thus one of pure greed and disregard for the needs of others in the community." However, he acknowledged that Chua had pleaded guilty early and voluntarily surrendered the masks in her possession, even if the Foundation did not accept them. For cheating, she could have been jailed up to 10 years and fined. Related:

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  • When was Fin founded?

    Fin was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Fin's headquarters?

    Fin's headquarters is located at San Francisco.

  • What is Fin's latest funding round?

    Fin's latest funding round is Series A.

  • How much did Fin raise?

    Fin raised a total of $20M.

  • Who are the investors of Fin?

    Investors of Fin include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Accel, First Round Capital, Coatue Management, CRV and 3 more.

  • Who are Fin's competitors?

    Competitors of Fin include x.ai and 2 more.

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