Rearden Commerce’s goal is to save their customers time and money by connecting to third-party web services and automating common tasks. Their main service now is designed to make executive travel planning more efficient, and easier to track in the corporate HQ. The service interfaces with hundreds of travel providers, from car companies to hotels, and allows the user to access each of them from the same unified interface. It also learns a traveler’s preferences, and streamlines the booking process by automatically selecting preferred options. In the future, Rearden Commerce will expand into similar spaces, especially in automated booking of small businesses, such as dentists’ and doctors’ offices.
|01/01/00||Series A||12M||Val Vaden, Roger Sippl, Barry Newman, Empire Capital Partners, Foundation Capital, Palo Alto Investors, Burton McMurtry, Vinod Khosla, Jafco Ventures||Unknown|
|09/01/05||Series C||25M||Foundation Capital, Oak Investment Partners||Unknown|
|05/06/08||Series E||100M||American Express, Foundation Capital, Oak Investment Partners, Chase Capital Partners, Empire Capital Partners, Jafco Ventures, Sippl Macdonald Ventures, Institutional Venture Partners, Vector Capital, JP Morgan Chase, Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, TVI, Scott Cook, Charter Life Sciences||Unknown|