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We Saw a Problem
Where's that file? What did we decide? Why did that project stall?
Billions of dollars are spent on productivity, collaboration, and communication tools for teams each year. Yet all you do is manage your inbox and go to meetings.
Why? Because the old tools were built on an old paradigm, with old technology, in a non-mobile era. It's a chronic and frustrating problem. Our software is letting us down.
We've obsessed day and night about the intersection of communication and content. With Quip's living documents, your content — the words, images, spreadsheets, and data — live right alongside the communication with your team. Clarity prevails, decisions happen faster, and your entire company benefits.
Today, over a million users and thousands of teams have adopted Quip's living documents in place of email, file attachments, and disjointed messaging apps.
Quip was founded by Bret Taylor and Kevin Gibbs — two super nerds who have built and led some of the most innovative and successful products in tech.
Bret was co-creator of Google Maps, CTO of Facebook, and is responsible for the “like” button. Kevin led engineering and product at Google, and brought Google App Engine to market.
Salesforce + Quip
Salesforce acquires Quip
Quip launches living documents and a new inbox after growing customer base 5x in 2015
Quip raises $30M Series B financing from Greylock, and expands its leadership team
Quip launches desktop apps for Mac and Windows
Quip adds chat rooms to further integrate content and communication in one solution
Spreadsheets become available in Quip, expanding productivity and collaboration beyond the document
Quip 2.0 hits the market with search and publishing across web and mobile platforms
Social interactions come to Quip with a like button, comments and themes. REST API for integrations launches as well
Bret Taylor and Kevin Gibbs leave Facebook and Google to found Quip to redefine productivity software. Quip raises $15M in series A from Benchmark Capital, and launches in mid-2013.
We're a team of people who are committed to changing the way we all work, and making work "less dumb."