Namely owns and operates an online human resource software platform for small- and mid-sized organizations. The Company offers an employee database with time-off tracking, reporting, employee profile, social news feed, mobile application options, payroll solutions, medical, dental, life, worker’s compensation and other plan benefits from carriers, as well as talent management solutions.

TypePrivate
HQNew York, US
Founded2011
Size (employees)572 (est)
Websitenamely.com
Namely was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in New York, US
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Key People/Management at Namely

Elisa Steele

Elisa Steele

CEO
Paul Rogers

Paul Rogers

CTO
Graham Younger

Graham Younger

President & CRO
Manuel Martinez-Herrera

Manuel Martinez-Herrera

VP, Legal & Compliance
Nick Sanchez

Nick Sanchez

Chief People Officer
Debra Squyres

Debra Squyres

Chief Client Officer
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Namely Office Locations

Namely has offices in Austin, New York, San Francisco and Atlanta
New York, US (HQ)
195 Broadway
Atlanta, US
3423 Piedmont Rd NE
Austin, US
250, 400 W 15th St
San Francisco, US
575 Market St
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Namely Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2011

Namely total Funding

$217.8 m

Namely latest funding size

$60 m

Time since last funding

3 months ago

Namely investors

Namely's latest funding round in August 2018 was reported to be $60 m. In total, Namely has raised $217.8 m. Namely's latest valuation is reported to be $250.6 m.
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Namely Revenue

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Namely Operating Metrics

Namely's Customers was reported to be 1 k in Jun, 2018. Namely's Users was reported to be 125 k in Sep, 2017.
Nov, 2014Feb, 2016Jan, 2017Sep, 2017Dec, 2017Jan, 2018Mar, 2018Jun, 2018

Customers

150 400 650 800 1 k1 k

Locations

5

Payrolls Processed Annually

$2.50 b$4 b$6.50 b$10 b$12 b

Users

60 k120 k125 k
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Human Capital Metrics

Namely's employees are reported to be approximately 37% female and 63% male.
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Namely Online and Social Media Presence

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Namely News and Updates

Namely Receives Two Major Accolades for Growth

NEW YORK, Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Namely, the leading HR platform for mid-sized companies, today announced that it has received two major accolades as a result of the company's tremendous growth. Namely ranked No. 79 on Inc. Magazine's 37th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious...

Exclusive: HR startup Namely, once a high flier, gets a new CEO and $60 million in new funding to soar again

Namely, a 400-person, six-and-a-half-year-old company, has mostly had the kind of trajectory that other startups envy. Mostly. The startup’s mobile-first platform — which sells payroll, talent management, and other HR services to mid-size businesses across the U.S. via subscription software — has fo…

China has a big ace up its sleeve in the trade war with the US

After a relatively tranquil month in US-China relations, the two nations are going tit for tat with tariff threats once again. On Friday (June 15),…

AllHorror.com - New Horror Movie Database by Horror Fans, for Horror Fans

PHOENIX, June 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- AllHorror.com, the largest collaborative horror movie discovery website of its kind, is now open to horror fans everywhere. AllHorror was created by Adrian DeGus, a lifelong fan of horror movies, to provide what no other movie website could....
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Namely Blogs

How to Ask for a Raise

Compensation requests affect HR professionals at more than just an administrative level—it’s one of the most common times employees rely on HR for guidance. Not only does HR often cut the checks, but employees may also come to you for help navigating tough career conversations with their…

Why a Culture of Acceptance Matters

In this HR for Humans story, David Braun—a Product Advisor at Namely—shares how working in a culture of acceptance has made all the difference. For more stories at the intersection of work and life, follow @namely_hr. You can also submit your stories here.

What is Employee Ghosting? The Dark Side of ‘At-Will’ Employment

Employee “ghosting” occurs when a job candidate or employee severs the relationship without any notice. It most commonly occurs with early-stage interviewees or newly hired employees, but can happen at any stage of employment relationship.

Building Your Benefits Package? Ask Employees These 5 Questions

For most companies, open enrollment is just around the corner. HR teams across the country are working hard to assemble a benefits package that meets employee needs and helps them stand out from the competition.

California to Require More Women on Corporate Boards

Building diverse companies has always been an HR best practice, especially when it comes to the highest levels of leadership. With a law recently signed by California Governor Jerry Brown, it will soon be a state requirement. 

HR Deserves More Than a 'Seat at the Table'

We’ve all heard about how HR needs a “seat at the table.” Given that people represent any company’s most valuable asset, that sounds reasonable, right?
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Namely Company Life and Culture

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