Zenefits is an all-in-one digital HR platform for small and medium businesses. The Company delivers complete, all-mobile HR experience by tightly integrating its own powerful applications with dozens of best-of-breed providers on the Zenefits platform. Zenefits’ applications like HR, Benefits, Time, Payroll and Compliance combine with partner applications like email, collaboration, expense management and employee engagement to create a powerful platform.
Company Growth (employees)
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
731 (est)-5%
Zenefits was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at Zenefits

Jay Fulcher

Jay Fulcher

Laks Srini

Laks Srini

Founder and CTO
Beth Steinberg

Beth Steinberg

Chief Human Resources Officer

Zenefits Office Locations

Zenefits has offices in San Francisco, New York, Newark, Dallas and in 6 other locations
San Francisco, US (HQ)
303 2nd St
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Zenefits Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Zenefits's latest funding round in May 2015 was reported to be $500 m. In total, Zenefits has raised $583.6 m. Zenefits's latest valuation is reported to be $2 b.

Zenefits Financial Metrics

Zenefits's revenue was reported to be $43.5 m in 2016 which is a 458% increase from the previous period.

Revenue (Y, 2016)

43.5 m

Revenue growth (Y, 2015 - Y, 2016), %


Market valuation

2 b
USDY, 2013EY, 2014EY, 2015EY, 2016E


1 m20 m7.8 m43.5 m

Revenue growth, %

USDY, 2016


34.8 k
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Zenefits Operating Metrics

Zenefits's Customers was reported to be 20 k in May, 2017
May, 2017


20 k
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Traffic Overview of Zenefits

Zenefits Online and Social Media Presence

Zenefits News and Updates

Zenefits brings on its first chief HR officer

 Zenefits, the human resources software company, is continuing to overhaul its leadership team with the addition of Beth Steinberg as its first chief human resources officer. Steinberg has previously held human resources and people operations positions at companies like Electronic Arts, Facebook and…

Zenefits will pay $3.4 million in unpaid overtime to 743 employees

 Insurance software startup Zenefits has agreed to pay $3.4 million in unpaid overtime to 743 of its account executives and sales representatives in California and Arizona, according to the Department of Labor. Zenefits also agreed to let the DOL monitor its practices to ensure the company does not …

Zenefits fined $1.2 million by NY regulator for unlicensed insurance sales

(Reuters) – Health benefits broker Zenefits was fined $1.2 million with New York’s financial services regulator on Tuesday for letting unlicensed employees solicit, negotiate and sell insurance policies, the latest regulatory blow for the software startup. Zenefits in 2014 and 2015 engaged in “repea…

From Avant to Zenefits: The astronomical impact of immigrant-founded unicorn startups in the US

President Donald Trump has shaken Silicon Valley so deeply that workers are now talking about unionizing to resist the president’s agenda. Earlier this year, Trump’s…

Zenefits founder Parker Conrad takes another crack at HR onboarding

 Parker Conrad’s last venture at Zenefits didn’t end so well with his departure as CEO and the company having to re-orient itself. But he’s once again starting a company that will figure out how to build an employee system of record and management, starting off with smoothing out the process of on-b…

Lively launches to be the Zenefits for health savings accounts

The rise of companies such as Zenefits and Gusto have enabled businesses to modernize their payroll and human resources offering, but tackling these needs can be a big task for any service provider. This is where Lively comes into play. This Y Combinator-backed startup on Wednesday launched to the p…
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