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stamps.com

Founded Year

1996

Stage

Take Private | Alive

Total Raised

$35.41M

Valuation

$0000 

Mosaic Score

+110 points in the past 30 days

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About Stamps.com

Stamps.com (NASDAQ: STMP) is a provider of Internet-based postage services to nearly 500,000 customers. Stamps.com's service enables customers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage with just a computer, printer and Internet connection, right from their homes or offices. The company has been the leader in transforming the world of mailing and shipping for small business owners, e-commerce sellers, high volume shippers, and enterprise organizations alike.

Stamps.com Headquarter Location

1990 E. Grand Ave

El Segundo, California, 90245,

United States

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Expert Collections containing Stamps.com

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

Stamps.com is included in 2 Expert Collections, including E-Commerce.

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Stamps.com Patents

Stamps.com has filed 134 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Postal system
  • Payment systems
  • Cryptography
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

2/26/2020

5/17/2022

Computer memory, Payment systems, Supply chain management, Payment service providers, Distribution (business)

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Application Date

2/26/2020

Grant Date

5/17/2022

Title

Related Topics

Computer memory, Payment systems, Supply chain management, Payment service providers, Distribution (business)

Status

Grant

Latest Stamps.com News

Searcy uses speed to top El Dorado

May 15, 2022

by Tony Burns |Today at 2:08 a.m. Searcy’s Avery Meadows (left) tries to keep control of the ball Saturday as El Dorado’s Millee Mobley runs alongside during the Lady Lions’ 6-0 victory over the Lady Wildcats in the semifinals of the Class 5A girls soccer state tournament at Memorial Stadium in El Dorado. (El Dorado News-Times/Penny Chanler) El DORADO -- Searcy showed it was at a different level than El Dorado on Saturday. The defending state champion Lady Lions dominated the Lady Wildcats 6-0 in the semifinals of the Class 5A girls soccer state tournament at Memorial Stadium. Searcy will face Siloam Springs in the state championship game next week. Siloam Springs downed Little Rock Christian 1-0 in the other semifinal. The Lady Lions scored five goals in the first half, using superior speed on the flanks. Searcy peppered El Dorado's goal and only a strong effort by goalkeeper Catelyn Connor kept the score reasonably respectable. "We wanted to score early and we got that opportunity," Searcy Coach Larry Stamps aid. "We've got some speed up top and it's hard to handle that. I always tell them, speed kills. And boy, it did today." Gabie Eddins scored three goals, including the first on a breakaway on the left side with 33:22 left in the first half. The Lady Wildcats answered with a long ball over the top to sophomore London Ingram. Ingram, who helped lead El Dorado with the Class 5A girl state track and field title last week, outran the defenders but pushed her shot left of the goal. The Lady Lions went up 2-0 after an own goal by the Lady Wildcats at the 22:24 mark while trying to clear the ball out of their zone. El Dorado Coach Neville Matthews said his team struggled to recover after the rough start. "I feel like it knocked the wind out of their sails a little bit," he said. "They tried to regroup, but they just couldn't get going. We couldn't get our chemistry going at all. I think if we'd played a little up to our potential, it would've been more competitive. I think they were a little shellshocked, knowing they were playing a team of that caliber." Connor made a point blank save in front of the net less than a minute later. The Lady Wildcats went over the top again to Ingram, who outran two defenders, but her shot just missed to the right of the goal. "Oh gosh, they go over the top with her so we had to get a little depth back so we could run some of those down," Stamps said of Ingram. "She's so physical and I'll bet she runs a 4.3 in the 40. I mean, she's an animal. That's a compliment. I told her after the game, if you keep working, you're playing Division I somewhere. She's that good. I didn't know they had that kind of speed, but boy, she shocked us. So we had to make an adjustment during that first water break. Then we got it going." At the 18:10 mark, Eddins scored from 15 yards out with her left foot. Chandler Meadows found the net on a corner kick at the 13:51 mark before Alyssa Day's goal with 8:17 left in the half staked Searcy to a 5-0 lead. Connor added two more saves, including another from point-blank range in the half. She added four more saves in the second half. "She did well. I didn't know if we were going to get it past her," Stamps said. "We just had some one-on-ones and you can't defend that. She stopped a couple of 'em, though, didn't she -- a couple point blanks?" Eddins accounted for the final goal with 27:35 left in the second half. "This team, I knew as freshmen they were pretty good. They're just getting better every year," Stamps said. "They know what to do. You don't have to tell them very much. And they're hard workers. They deserve what they get." The Lady Wildcats finished the season with a 5A-South title and a 15-2 record. "I'm still proud of the season. They won the conference. We played some good teams to make it as far as we did," Matthews said. "But to me personally, I felt like the best team won today. I wish we had won, but I'm not going to sit here and say my team was better and this and that. I feel like they had more talent than we do at every position. And they had subs at every position. "I think we had a great season. We met one of our goals. We just have to sit back and go back to the drawing board for next year." Print Headline: Searcy uses speed to top El Dorado ADVERTISEMENT

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  • When was Stamps.com founded?

    Stamps.com was founded in 1996.

  • Where is Stamps.com's headquarters?

    Stamps.com's headquarters is located at 1990 E. Grand Ave, El Segundo.

  • What is Stamps.com's latest funding round?

    Stamps.com's latest funding round is Take Private.

  • How much did Stamps.com raise?

    Stamps.com raised a total of $35.41M.

  • Who are the investors of Stamps.com?

    Investors of Stamps.com include Fabrik, Globespan Capital Partners, Garage Technology Ventures and Fuse Capital.

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