WE MAKE THE WORLD MORE EFFICIENT
Celonis has one very simple goal: to analyze today’s processes to make tomorrow’s world more efficient. We are dedicated to pursuing this vision with passion and purposefulness. In our opinion, any company can achieve great things, regardless of its size, industry, or history. Celonis process mining is the new standard in Big Data Analytics designed to help companies around the world save valuable time and money through improved process transparency and efficiency. We hope you will join us on this journey.
Celonis receives $27.5 million funding
In addition to renowned customers, Celonis added prestigious investors in June 2016. Accel and 83North invested $27.5 million in Celonis. With its first round of funding ever after 5 years, Celonis attracts two of the best venture capitalist firms in the world.
Launch of the new version
Celonis marked the new year by launching the latest version of its process mining software, Celonis 4. The new version is a big step and comes with a variety of new analytics and an even better and more intuitive interface.
Deloitte Fast50 Award
2015 went out with a bang for Celonis when it won another spectacular award. Thanks to revenue growth of 4,000% over 4 years, Celonis was named the fastest growing tech company in Germany.
SAP global reseller agreement
In 2015, Celonis achieved something that no other start-up had managed. Software giant SAP added Celonis process mining to its price list and immediately began selling it around the world.
Celonis moved to its new offices at Radlkoferstraße 2 in Munich, just a two minute walk from the Oktoberfest!
Major customers added
Celonis has secured itself a lot of prestigious customers. These include the Fortune 500 companies: Bayer, Siemens und ABB.
Celonis 3.0 is born
Celonis launches the new version of the software – Celonis 3.0. Celonis 3.0. is the first version to include many of the features users still love about Celonis process mining today such as the flexible analysis builder, the data modelling UI and the powerful management UI.
Celonis goes international
Celonis became a member of the SAP HANA Startup Focus Program and was invited by SAP to SAPPHIRE in Orlando, Florida, the largest SAP trade show in the world.
Celonis in the USA
Celonis participated in the German Silicon Valley Accelerator and opened its first international office in Palo Alto, California.
Accel is a leading venture capital firm that focusses on early and growth investments and connects a global community of entrepreneurs. Accel supports entreprenuers that have the potential to build a worldclass, sector defining company. The firm, that was founded in 1983, has more than three decades of experience in helping hundreds of entrepreneurs build companies in various sectors. Accel’s vision for entrepreneurship and business allows the firm to identify and support companies that will be responsible for the growth of a new generation in various industries. Accel has supported a large number of iconic global platforms that offer mobile consumers and modern companies new experiences. These include Atlassian, Avito, BlaBlaCar, Deliveroo, Dropbox, Etsy, Facebook, Flipkart, Funding Circle, Kayak, QlikTech, Simplivity, Slack, Spotify, Supercell, WorldRemit and many more.
83North (formerly Greylock IL) is an international venture capitalist firm and is currently managing more than 550 million dollars. The fund invests in European and Israeli companies, including both B2C and B2B. Despite also owning offices in London and Tel Aviv, 83North is deeply anchored in the US-American Tech-industry – more than half of the Portfolio-companies operate in the US.
CELONIS BOARD AND ADVISOR.
Laurel Bowden is a partner at 83North (formerly Greylock IL) with a focus on software and FinTech. She has led investments in many leading European technology companies. Laurel’s current company boards and investments include BlueVine, Celonis, Ebury, iZettle, Mirakl, Wandera, Wonga and Workable. She is also on the Boards of Investec PLC and Ltd.
Harry Nelis is a partner at Accel Partners in London. He focuses on consumer internet, financial services and software companies and led Accel’s investments in CHECK24, Funding Circle, KAYAK (acquired by Priceline), Showroomprive, WorldRemit and others. Harry started his career as an engineer at Hewlett-Packard before founding the venture-backed software company E-motion.
Alex Ott is a veteran in the enterprise software industry with operational and board level experience on four continents. He has been partnering with many entrepreneurs in the US, Europe and Israel in building thought leading technology enterprises that seek to make a difference. Alex Ott is on the board of several software companies, such as QlikTech and Forgerock, and actively supports Celonis in this position.
Wil van der Aalst is a full professor at the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science of the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven (TU/e). He is known as the “Godfather of Process Mining”. As a thought leader, author, and speaker in the fields of data science, business process management and process mining Wil is one of the most cited computer scientists in the world.
Martin Klenk is the CTO and a co-founder of Celonis. He has been responsible for the development from the first prototype to the current version and today heads Celonis’ development and innovation department. Martin has specialized in databases, algorithms and new big data technologies, and continously drives innovation and new capabilities in Celonis’ products.
Bastian Nominacher is co-CEO/co-founder of Celonis. As such, he is responsible for Celonis business in Europe and Asia, partnerships/alliances as well as finance & operations. Before founding Celonis in 2011, Bastian worked for Ernst & Young, Accenture, IBM and United-Domains. Furthermore, he is the author of several academic papers in the area of IT Carve-outs and Post-Merger-Integration.
Alexander Rinke is co-CEO/co-founder of Celonis and Chief Product Owner. He oversees Celonis’ operations in the US, marketing and the continuous development of the Celonis Process Mining technology. Alexander supports start-ups as a business angel and most recently has helped to found Testbirds and Talentry. In 2015, he was named to the Forbes “30 under 30 Europe” list in Science & Healthcare.