Orion Labs, Inc., a San Francisco, CA-based SaaS communication and automation platform for the deskless and frontline workforce, raised $29m in Series B funding.
The round was led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from WRVI Capital and existing investors including Avalon Ventures, Argentum Capital Partners, Allen and Company, and Mathers Associates. In addition to the financing, Orion has named Gregory P. Taylor as the company’s Chief Executive Officer and Founder Jesse Robbins as Executive Chairman.
Founded in 2014 by cloud infrastructure pioneers Jesse Robbins and Greg Albrecht, Orion Labs is a voice-first enterprise communication platform connecting frontline workers and teams with AI-driven automation. The company’s global customers use Orion’s secure instant communications, AI Workflows, advanced location services, and software integrations of its cloud-native service.
Gregory P. Taylor is a proven growth technology executive with a track record of rapidly growing companies to over $100 million in revenue and delivering billion dollar exits and IPOs for SaaS companies. Prior to Orion, Mr. Taylor was President of HighQ, a secure collaboration platform for law firms and banks (acquired by Thomson Reuters), and led Triple Point Technology Inc, a SaaS Commodity Trading & Risk Management platform (a unicorn acquisition by ION in 2013). He additionally held management roles at Datalogix International through its IPO and acquisition by Oracle as well as executive roles at a number of enterprise startups.