Pendo Stock

pendo.ioEnterprise Software / Software DevelopmentFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $365.5MM

Pendo is a product experience platform aimed at speeding up application adoption for providers and businesses utilizing them. Technology businesses utilizing Pendo can onboard clients and provide in-app support. Pendo was founded in 2013 by Todd Olson, Erik Troan, and Rahul Jain and is headquartered in Raleigh, NC.

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Team

Management Team

Todd Olson
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Jennifer Kaelin
Chief Financial Officer
Ben Carey
Chief Strategy Officer & Chief Customer Officer
Erik Troan
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Joe Chernov
Chief Marketing Officer
Jennifer Brannigan
Chief Revenue Officer
Chuck Kesler
Chief Information Security Officer
Trisha Price
Chief Product Officer

Board Members

Lister Delgado
IDEA Fund Partners
Megan Siegler
Spark Capital
Neeraj Agrawal
Battery Ventures
Rajeev Dham
Sapphire Ventures
Rashmi Gopinath
B Capital Group
Robert Ward
Meritech Capital Partners

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News Highlights

Pendo: Why Fintechs Need to Take a Product-Led Path to Resilience
As we navigate the current downturn, one thing is certain: fintech firms’ survival will depend on how successfully they’re able to continue to grow their user base and cultivate leaner business models.
Raleigh software maker Pendo's quest to go public
Raleigh software unicorn Pendo faces a pivotal year in its quest to going public.
How Todd Olson of Pendo Got His First Customers
A three-time entrepreneur and seasoned product leader, Todd Olson is on a journey to give businesses deeper insight into their products and users' behavior.
Updated on: Apr 20, 2024

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