Deem is a cloud and mobile commerce company, delivering Commerce-as-a-Service (CaaS). Deem delivers travel, expense and car service to businesses enabling them to lower costs, increase revenue and deepen customer loyalty.

Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
353 (est)
Deem was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Deem

Chethan Visweswar

Chethan Visweswar

Senior Vice President of Software
Tom Allen

Tom Allen

Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Tony D'Astolfo

Tony D'Astolfo

Senior Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer
David Shiba

David Shiba

Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
John Rizzo

John Rizzo

President and Chief Operating Officer

Deem Office Locations

Deem has offices in San Francisco, Secaucus and Bangalore
San Francisco, US (HQ)
301 Howard Street
Secaucus, US
333 Meadowlands Pkwy., 1st Floor
Bangalore, IN
Level 8, Prestige Obelisk No 3. Kasturba Road

Deem Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date


Total Funding

$539.3 m

Latest funding size

$34 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year


Deem's latest funding round in April 2016 was reported to be $34 m. In total, Deem has raised $539.3 m. Deem's latest valuation is reported to be $1.4 b.

Deem Financials


Market valuation

1.4 b
Show all financial metrics

Deem Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Acquired CompanyDateDeal Size
OLSETOctober 20, 2016
WhiskFebruary 24, 2016
DigistriveJune 01, 2014
HomeRunAugust 26, 2011
KeteraDecember 01, 2010
Global Ground AutomationSeptember 22, 2008
ExpenseWireJuly 28, 2008

Deem Median Salaries

Source: 24 public H-1B filings from Deem

Deem's Web-traffic and Trends

Deem Online and Social Media Presence

Deem News and Updates

How AI and Machine Learning Can Help Fix Corporate Hotel Booking

Out-of-policy hotel bookings have long been a source of frustration for corporate travel managers and travel management companies. AI and machine learning technologies can help address the issue by presenting business travelers with hotel options that match their personal preferences. -Jeremy Vargas

Building Millennial Business Traveler Loyalty Through Better Mobile Experiences

Like so many other industries, corporate travel is being shaped by mobile-first millennials—which means companies must adapt to meet their unique habits, or be left behind. -Jeremy Vargas

Deem Company Life and Culture

You may also be interested in