TrialPay Moves to Palo Alto

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2011 was a record-breaking year for TrialPay with dramatic increases in transaction volume and traffic. 2012 is turning out to be quite an exciting year as well. Fresh off our most recent round of funding where we raised over $40 million from Greylock, T. Rowe Price, Visa and others, TrialPay has opened a new European office, created a team in Berlin, added 3 key members to our management team and now we’ve moved our US headquarters from Mountain View to a new location in Palo Alto!

Since TrialPay was founded in 2006, we’ve grown to a company of 105 full-time employees (21 people were hired in the first two quarters of 2012) in less than 6 years. To keep up with our company’s evolving needs and to accommodate the growing team, we’ve taken over the second floor of a newly renovated building on California Avenue in Palo Alto, close to world-class companies such as Box, Groupon, Nest and Skype.

We’ve been working with contractors over the last few months to completely overhaul and remodel our new 27,000 square foot space. The office can accommodate over 250 employees and features a large, open floor plan with exposed 14-foot industrial-style ceilings and polished concrete floors in keeping with the modern theme. Vast dual-pane windows allow for plenty of natural light throughout the office and many windows afford sweeping views of the coastal mountains. The building also encloses a substantial outdoor courtyard area with Wi-Fi where employees can eat, relax and work in warmer weather. Other highlights include a long bar with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen with a stocked pantry, a fitness room, showers, 12 conference rooms, 9 breakout areas and 3 phone rooms.

Our new address is 975 S. California Ave., Palo Alto, CA, so please stop by and say hi!

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