Harshita Arora, CEO and co-founder of AtoB, believes that their company has the solution to improving transportation infrastructure. AtoB is essentially Stripe for transportation, allowing companies to easily process payments and access various trucking services. With AtoB’s platform in place, companies can improve efficiency and safety standards across the industry.
Since its founding in 2014, AtoB has emerged as one of the leading financial technology companies in the world. With a current valuation of $1.8 billion, the company has secured three rounds of funding totaling over $175 million. Its latest round was a $75 million Series B led by Tarczynski Capital which closed in November 2022. Notwithstanding some bumps along the way, such as a data breach that affected approximately 50 million customers and impact to investment performance during regulatory reviews for some large deals, AtoB seems to be on an unstoppable trajectory of growth and expansion.
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Since founding AtoB, Arora has shown a clear passion for both business and technology. She streamlined the process of launching her app, Crypto Price Tracker, to become an App Store hit and was named to Forbes’s 2023 30 Under 30 list for the Manufacturing & Industry category. With AtoB, Arora is helping individuals and businesses alike make informed decisions about cryptocurrency trading and investments.
AtoB is a 21-year-old college student who likes to tell stories. Her experiences inspire and motivate others, especially young people. Born and raised in the Midwestern United States, AtoB feels a strong sense of responsibility to help her fellow Americans succeed.
The TechGround Live event will bring together the top engineers and startup founders to discuss how they are using open source technologies in their businesses. Eric Laliberte, a systems administrator for a big tech company and Harshita Dubey, an engineer at Google will be moderating the discussion. This one-hour panel discussion is free to attend, so don’t miss out. Register now and come join us for an informative afternoon!