Manage payroll, benefits, expenses, devices, apps and more








Investment Highlights

Rippling provides an all-in-one platform that unifies HR, IT, finance, and more.
The platform is built on a single source of truth for employee data and is integrated with 500+ apps.
Businesses can execute more efficiently by automating and eliminating administrative tasks.

Company Overview

Rippling is a technology company with a mission to eliminate the administrative work of running a company. They believe that people should focus on the hard stuff—the things that only people can do—while software manages the rest.

In computer science, more particularly in automated theorem proving, rippling refers to a group of meta-level heuristics, developed primarily in the Mathematical Reasoning Group in the School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh, and most commonly used to guide inductive proofs in automated theorem proving systems.

Rippling may be viewed as a restricted form of rewrite system, where special object level annotations are used to ensure fertilization upon the completion of rewriting, with a measure decreasing requirement ensuring termination for any set of rewrite rules and expression.


Rippling was created because employee data is often stored in different systems that don’t connect with each other, making it difficult for departments to support workers, share information or collaborate. By enabling businesses to manage HR, IT and finance in one place, Rippling makes it easier for them to manage things like policies applicable to different employees, approvals and detailed budget reports.

Before launching in Australia, Rippling localized several aspects of its platform, especially in payroll and HR. For example, it can handle Modern Awards, or the document that states the minimum entitlements Australian employees get from their job. Rippling is able to support a worker’s Modern Awards through its HR system for things like leave management, pay and benefits. It also handles superannuation, or workplace pensions, tax file numbers and other aspects of employment in Australia.

Another aspect of localizing is helping employers deal with compliance, especially as regulations and laws change. In Australia this includes the relatively recent Closing the Loopholes Act which, among other things, set minimum standards for “employee-like” workers and creates new definitions for casual workers.

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