Having been forced to resign from his founder position at Zenefits last year, Parker Conrad has founded a new venture named Ripple. Ripple aims to ease the onboarding process for new employees by automating everything a small business needs to get a new employee started on Day 1.
Zenefits co-founder and CEO Parker Conrad Zenefits co-founder Parker Conrad wasted almost no time in starting a new company after he was forced to resign from his startup a year ago under a cloud of controversy. On Tuesday, Conrad began his next act, officialy launching Rippling, a service that aims to provide businesses with an easy way to “onboard” new employees. Rippling automates everything a small business needs to get a new employee started on Day 1. This includes employment forms like offer letters, HR forms, issuing building key cards and a a new Mac computer (rented through Rippling and upgradeable every two years). The computer is loaded with all the corporate software and cloud apps the employee needs and is managed and protected with machine-learning security software from Cylance