Orion Labs Gets $29M in Funding Led by Dell Technologies Capital
Tuesday, March 31, 2020 | Comments

Orion Labs, which offers push-to-talk (PTT) applications, announced a $29 million Series B funding round led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from WRVI Capital and existing investors including Avalon Ventures, Argentum Capital Partners, Allen and Co. and Mathers Associates.

In addition, Orion named Gregory P. Taylor CEO and founder Jesse Robbins executive chairman.

Prior to Orion, Taylor was president of HighQ, a secure collaboration platform for law firms and banks acquired by Thomson Reuters and led Triple Point Technology, a commodity trading and risk management platform acquired by ION in 2013. Taylor additionally held management roles at Datalogix International, as well as executive roles at a number of enterprise startups.

“Orion is already transforming how field service, transportation, manufacturing, hospitality and healthcare enterprises operate every day,” said Taylor. “Our customers run their operations around the clock on Orion, which is driving our explosive growth, including a four-times increase in ARR (annual recurring revenue) in just the last year. This round of funding further validates the unique importance of our communication platform and enables us to scale to support future of work initiatives globally.”

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