Pipefy, a San Francisco firm developing a procedure pipeline management platform for enterprises, today revealed that it this month closed a $45 million series B funding round led by Insight Partners, with involvement from existing financiers OpenView and Trinity Ventures. The fresh funds bring the four-year-old start-up’s overall raised to $65 million following a $16 million series A in March 2018, and CEO Alessio Alionço stated they’ll be put towards continued item investment and scaling the business’s go-to-market operations.

” Our vision is to empower every do-er in an organization to create and execute their own customized workflows,” stated Alionço, who cofounded Pipefy with Leandro Johann, Magnus Arantes, and Raphael Costa in2015 “We are thrilled to bring the advantages of Lean Management to supervisors in every company– without needing technical abilities or lean training.”

Pipefy’s no-code, Heroku- and AWS-hosted service allows supervisors and staff member alike to outline out basic, replicable operating procedures that assist multistep processes. Users can develop conditional reasoning and needed steps, or tap hundreds of design templates developed to fit the needs of markets and departments like personnels, sales and marketing, and help and service desks.

Above: Pipefy’s cards-based user interface.

Pipefy further automates repeated and dull deal with autofill, prebuilt types, and intra-service connections with over 500 apps such as Slack, Pipedrive, and Zendesk. Within the platform’s card-based and collated dashboards, admins can program automations that update fields when an action activates the action, or benefit from email functions that send out messages whenever cards go into or leave a stage. A centralized database shops information like customer, provider, and item records, and access controls let admins restrict access to delicate information (generally by setting different consent levels or marking particular pipes as private).

Pipefy optionally keeps tabs on performance companywide, by private division, and by employee with a sophisticated metrics tracker, and it provides a month-to-month, weekly, and everyday calendar view of ongoing tasks and subtasks. Advanced reporting tools enable admins to filter and combine processes’ info and conserve the resulting audits so they can be accessed at any time, and Pipefy’s SLA management feature helps track the progress of standard-level contracts from start to finish.

Pipefy counts business in over 150 countries amongst its client base, including Santander, Accenture, IBM, TEDx, Capgemini, EmblemHealth, GE, and Telefonica. Alionço states it’s growing at over 300%yearly in a series of segments, from small services and venture-backed startups to big corporations.

Pipefy offers a free strategy, but the most inexpensive paid strategy (which begins at $9 per user per month) opens reports and information filters, unlimited pipe connections, chat support, late and ended cards, and more. The $18 per user monthly Service membership includes admin controls, field conditionals, data healing, API gain access to, and private pipelines. And Pipefy’s variably priced Business tier comes with two-factor authentication, a customized e-mail domain, single sign-on, Google Apps authentication, scaled database records, and more.

” Today, Pipefy is reinventing workflow management while producing the os of tomorrow for growing enterprises,” stated Trinity Ventures basic partner and Pipefy board member Karan Mehandru. “The innovation is built with a product-first method and has been embraced by end-users who simply wish to make things work. Agile and Lean have actually currently interrupted the product development space; Pipefy brings this capability to entire business, enabling organizational improvements utilizing Lean management concepts.”

Pipefy, which was originally based in Brazil prior to moving its head office to San Francisco, also has offices in Curitiba, Brazil and Austin, Texas.

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