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Unicorn Tipalti is hiring 100 people to grow its payment platform

Tipalti CEO Chen Amit, PR
Tipalti CEO Chen Amit

Tipalti, a fintech business that creates and runs a global financial transfer network, will add 100 people by the end of the year to its 350 in Israel and 1,000 abroad.

Open roles include DevOps and Cand engineers, senior FullStack engineers, quality control engineers, senior cyber analysts, and other development positions. The organization also hires product managers, strategic initiative managers, and technical reporters.

Founded in 2010 by CEO Chen Amit, and Oren Zeev, Tiplati has raised $550 million to date in several rounds, at a value that reached $ 8.3 billion this year, placing it among the 15 private fintech companies with the highest valuation in the world.

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The company has offices in Israel, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and soon Australia. The Israeli development center currently employs 350 people.

As part of the expansion, the company will move to a new campus building that is under construction in a golf complex in the Neot Afeka neighborhood in Tel Aviv.

Tiplati surged during the corona. The number of money transactions owing to businesses and organizations using online technologies. Tipalti’s clients includes Amazon Twitch, Twitter, Business Insider, GoDaddy, Fiverr, and Vimeo. It transfers $30 billion annually.

In 2021 Tipalti bought the Israeli company, which creates cloud-based acquisition solutions.



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