AllWork Raises $4.9M Series A Funding Round

AllWork will use this money to expand its freelancer payment platform to respond to the increased demand for new software, compliance and payment solutions driven by the shift to flexible work.
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AllWork, the end-to-end platform that lets businesses enroll, manage, and pay their freelancer and contingent workforces more quickly and compliantly, today announced the completion of a $4.9 million Series A investment round. AllWork will use the capital to expand its software, payment systems, and workforce to fulfill the growing demand from businesses and freelancers for a more convenient method to collaborate.

FINTOP Capital, based in Nashville, Tennessee, led the investment round and completed the entire transaction. FINTOP’s Chris Haley and Rick Holton will join AllWork’s Board of Directors.

AllWork will use this money to expand its freelancer payment platform to respond to the increased demand for new software, compliance and payment solutions driven by the shift to flexible work.

AllWork is a total freelancer management and payments platform. We help companies more efficiently and compliantly manage and pay every type of freelancer they need for their business including all hourly, consulting, contract, and project-based workers for both short and long-term assignments across all job functions, skill levels, categories, and roles.

By providing one streamlined platform and one system of record, businesses can leverage the new Modern Workforce where the number of freelancers in the labor force will soon be equal to the number of permanent employees.

AllWork’s solution is unique in that it combines software, compliance, and payments into a single, easy-to-use, integrated solution that customers enjoy since it can be setup in only two weeks and requires no further integrations.

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