Friday, October 16, 2015

Bret Taylor’s Quip Lands $30 Million to Take On Office, Google Docs | Re/code

Later in the article: "Taylor said Quip has millions of individual users and 30,000 business customers, though not all of those are paying."

"Bret Taylor now has another $30 million in the bank as he aims his startup, Quip, to take on Microsoft and Google in a battle for the hearts and desktops of corporate America.

Quip — which makes a hybrid communications, collaboration and productivity service — is announcing on Thursday it has raised a new round of funding led by Greylock Partners, with Greylock’s John Lilly joining the board and Benchmark also investing. Quip isn’t saying how much the new round values the company at, but says it is higher than when the company did its $15 million Series A. And no, Taylor said, Quip is not moving into unicorn territory."
Bret Taylor’s Quip Lands $30 Million to Take On Office, Google Docs | Re/code
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