Rippling bookmarklets make it easy to provide authorization into over 250 workplace apps, like Gmail, Slack, Dropbox, Trello, Salesforce, GitHub and more. When an employee is hired or changes teams, a single modification to their role in Rippling automatically changes all the permissions of what they can access. It also handles computer endpoint security: when an employee is hired, Rippling can instantly ship them a computer with all the right software installed and the hard drive encrypted, or have staffers add the Rippling agent that enforces the company’s security standards.
In April 2019, Rippling has raised its Series A investment round, led by Mamoon Hamid from Kleiner Perkins, with participation from existing investors Initialized Capital, Threshold Ventures (formerly DFJ Venture), Y Combinator, and others. The round includes $45 million in new capital.