Tipalti announces plan to open new office in Plano

Tipalti, a financial software company, has offices in California, Israel and Canada. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)
Tipalti, a financial software company, has offices in California, Israel and Canada. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Tipalti, a financial software company, has offices in California, Israel and Canada. (Community Impact Newspaper staff)

Tipalti, an international financial software company, announced plans to open a Plano office in November, according to a Sept. 14 company release.

Manish Vrishaketu, Tipalti’s chief customer and operating officer, will lead the new Plano office.

“With access to high-quality talent across a diverse set of functions, we found Plano, in particular, to be attractive for its high tech talent, quality of life and local culture,” Vrishaketu said in a statement. “We think the Plano location will help us attract the best and brightest talent to join our rapidly growing global team.”

Mayor John Muns said in a release he is proud and excited to have Tipalti in Plano.

“Plano continues to attract world-class businesses looking for the perfect place for their employees to live, work, and play,” Muns said. “This latest move speaks volumes about our city continuing to provide a friendly business climate for companies to relocate or expand.”


Tipalti has offices in California, Israel and Canada. The company said it plans to hire 20 employees for the Plano office by the end of the year and have 100 employees by the end of 2022.

An address and phone number are not yet available for the company’s Plano location. For more information about Tipalti, click here.


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