RideCell is a company providing versatile transit software. Its software platform runs new mobility services, such as carsharing, ridesharing, and new innovative transportation offerings including autonomous vehicle fleets. RideCell works with both public and private transportation networks.
|HQ||San Francisco, US|
|Size (employees)||139 (est)+7%|
RideCell total Funding
RideCell latest funding size
Time since last funding
|a month ago|
|Gokul Rajaramwdxefcqufszuzezftuxetqsqxt, Khosla Ventures, Mitsui & Co, Penske Automotive Group, Cox Automotive, Denso, Sony Innovation Fund, Navneet Dalal, Mehul Nariyawala, Initialized Capital, BMW i Ventures, Michael Granoff, Deutsche Bahn, Justin Waldron, LG Technology Ventures, Joshua Schachter, Andreessen Horowitz, Mark Platshon, General Catalyst, Munich Re/ERGO Corporate Venture Fund|
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When was RideCell founded?
RideCell was founded in 2009.
Who are RideCell key executives?
RideCell's key executives are Aarjav Trivedi and Arun Elangovan.
How many employees does RideCell have?
RideCell has 139 employees.
Who are RideCell competitors?
Competitors of RideCell include Lyft, Grab and Spare Labs.
Where is RideCell headquarters?
RideCell headquarters is located at 514 Bryant St, San Francisco.
Where are RideCell offices?
RideCell has offices in San Francisco, Sydney, Tokyo, Paris and in 3 other locations.
How many offices does RideCell have?
RideCell has 7 offices.