Tipalti provides a cloud-based technology platform aimed at mid-market companies, which have traditionally been underserved by banks, to streamline all phases of the global accounts payable workflow. The solution streamlines and optimizes businesses' end-to-end global payables workflow while giving companies access to cross-border payments, currency conversion, and payments across a wide range of methods. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Mateo, California.
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Jan 25, 2024
There are currently more than 500 Israeli fintech companies that have raised billions of dollars in the last five years to bring about a major technological revolution. They succeeded in many places, but have also come unstuck quite a bit. Speaking on this topic in a panel at Calcalist's Economy of Tomorrow conference, were Chen Amit, founder and CEO of Tipalti, Keren Danziger, CEO of the Pagaya Investment Funds, Or Liban, Head of Israel and the Middle East at Airwallex, Lilach Bar David, co-founder and CEO of Lili and Limor Hassid Levenberg, Director of Data and Digital at Bank of Jerusalem. (Photo: Orle Cohen) Keren, at the beginning of the fintech industry there was euphoria that the technology would replace the traditional banks and this is not happening. How does the delicate relationship between banks and fintech companies work? Danziger: "The banks will remain in the world and we, as a technology body, have no desire to be the Apple Pay of the world. We know how to improve our partner bank's ability to grant credit. We help the banks keep their customers. In the end we amass huge data and over a trillion dollars of credit requests a year. If, for example, the Bank of Jerusalem had the ability to see all the credit applications of all the banks, just imagine what a power multiplier that would be... and this is what we give the banks together with the technological improvements." Chen, you are a startup, one of the biggest unicorns in Israel. What are your insights? Share your experience with us. How do you see the evolution of the fintech field since you started and what will happen in the future? Amit: "Thanks to our payment system, today our abandonment percentages are near zero. The free money that existed in recent years is gone and investors are more hesitant and they are looking for the dominant player to follow. In Israel especially there will be a very big crisis. Those who raised a lot of money need to lower their rate of cash burning. There will be a big crisis and every day I get inquiries from companies looking to be acquired. There are more and more layoffs and a drop of growth. It will be difficult without the funds that were free a few years ago." Or, what fintech companies in Israel have in common is that they do not operate in the local market but only develop the technology here. You took the opposite path and came to work in Israel. Why did you do that? Liban: "Unlike the other companies here on the panel that focus on the American market, we are a global company from day one. We provide a global financial operating system. To date we have raised a billion dollars, so we look at the market as a global market and we care about places that have innovation, strong technology and companies that work globally. All these things are in Israel and we are looking at the long term both with Israeli clients who work globally and also with global clients who want to work in Israel. This is part of our strategy ahead of an IPO in 2026." Related articles:
Tipalti Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Tipalti founded?
Tipalti was founded in 2010.
Where is Tipalti's headquarters?
Tipalti's headquarters is located at 1051 E. Hillsdale Boulevard, San Mateo.
What is Tipalti's latest funding round?
Tipalti's latest funding round is Series F - II.
How much did Tipalti raise?
Tipalti raised a total of $706.25M.
Who are the investors of Tipalti?
Investors of Tipalti include J.P. Morgan, Hercules Capital, 01 Advisors, Zeev Ventures, Durable Capital Partners and 10 more.
Who are Tipalti's competitors?
Competitors of Tipalti include Crezco, Apiture, Trolley, Stampli, Settle and 7 more.
What products does Tipalti offer?
Tipalti's products include Supplier Management and 4 more.
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