Tines Raises $50M to Help Businesses Automate Workflows

The company’s Series B extension round will fuel hiring efforts and product development.

Published on Apr. 24, 2024
Tines Raises $50M to Help Businesses Automate Workflows
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Tines, a workflow automation platform, has announced $50 million in Series B extension funding from existing investors. The company’s solution enables businesses to automate any repetitive manual task.

Tines’ platform performs over 40 million daily automated actions for customers including Canva, Intercom and McKesson. Its technology streamlines critical workflows such as incident response, employee lifecycle management and more. Tines has experienced significant growth, with over 33,000 unique users and 26,000 unique workflows. 

The new funding enables Tines to invest in various areas, including people, product development, partnerships, community and customers. The company will expand its team across departments including R&D and enterprise support. It also plans to introduce new AI-powered features to its platform.

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