Celonis Stock

celonis.comEnterprise Software / Data IntelligenceFounded: 2011Funding to Date: $77.5MM

Celonis is a provider of Execution Management Systems (EMS) designed to lifts barriers to execution capacity to maximize business performance by revealing and fixing inefficiencies businesses can't see. This company was founded in 2011 by Alexander Rinke, Bastian Nominacher, and Martin Klenk and is headquartered in Munich, Germany.

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Team

Management Team

Alexander Rinke
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Chief Product Owner & Board Member
Martin Klenk
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer & Board Member
Remy Lazarovici
Senior Vice President, Sales Europe
Bastian Nominacher
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Alexander Rinke
Co-Founder, Co-Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Carlos Kirjner Ph.D
Chief Financial Officer
Arsenio Otero
Chief Operations Officer
Omesh Agam
Chief Information Security Officer

Board Members

Alex Ott
Hendrik Nelis Ph.D
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Bastian Nominacher
Carsten Thoma
Martin Klenk
Laurel Bowden
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News Highlights

Celonis secures another $1B to find and fix process problems in enterprise systems
Celonis, a startup developing a system to identify and fix common process and workflow problems in enterprise systems, has raised $1 billion in a mix of equity and debt.
Qatar Wealth Fund Invests in Celonis at $13 Billion Valuation
Celonis secured $1 billion in financing, co-CEO says. Money raised could be used to acquire other businesses
Celonis investing heavily to build out process-mining platform
Researchers have characterized process-mining as a core technology for building out the digital twin of an organization.
Updated on: Apr 17, 2024

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