inDinero creates software solutions that aim to help small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) track and manage their finances. It aims to provide its users with instant insights into the finances of their companies, leading them to save on unnecessary expenses and to earn more money for their companies. With a flat pricing model and financial dashboard, SMEs can manage books, review and categorize transactions, perform month and year-end reconciliations, and handle tax preparation and filing. inDinero aims to be a one-stop-shop solution for its customers so that they do not have to hire their own accounting teams. In 2017, inDinero ended the year on a $7.5 million revenue run rate and is tracking to end 2018 on a $22 million revenue run rate while remaining EBITDA positive.
Launched in 2009, the company was founded by Jessica Mah, Andy Su, and Andrea Barrica. Notable investors include Kevin Hartz (Founders Fund), Keith Rabois (Khosla), 500 Startups and BaseVC, among others. For a presentation prepared by the company, please click here.
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*Based on Preferred Stock Price, inDinero does not have a stock symbol since it is currently private and is yet to have an IPO.
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