Forbes: Stripe Leads $75 Million Investment Round Into Payroll Infrastructure Startup Check
As startups increasingly embed payroll into their software products, Check, a three-year-old startup that provides software tools for digitizing payrolls, announced Wednesday that it has raised $75 million in a fresh funding round.
The Series-C investment round was led by payments platform Stripe along with fellow repeat investors Bedrock, Thrive and Index. This latest round leaves Check with a total of $119 million in funding and a $725 million valuation.
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