Pipefy empowers world-class managers to create and run efficient workflows
Pipefy optimizes your business processes one workflow at a time. Empowering every "doer" to organize and control their work in a single place, streamline and automate any process, without a single line of code.
When "doers" have the tools they need to improve their work without relying on anyone else, there’s no limit to what they can accomplish. That’s why Pipefy enhances agility, upgrades efficiency and delivers augmented customer value through optimization of workflows, granting higher quality outcomes.
Pipefy was founded in 2015 by Alessio Alionço, a former mergers and acquisitions consultant who was experiencing deep frustration with the inflexibility, poor user experience and cost of the tools available in the market. His needs were simple: ensure the process execution while combining the business operations of two companies.
Built out of necessity, Pipefy became a powerful platform for Work Management, allowing teams to have more control over their operations, connecting departments, centralizing requests and contributing to a better visualization.
The platform has grown rapidly, fueled by an intense market desire for better solutions to manage business processes and automation. Pipefy is now used in over 215 countries by leading enterprises such as Visa, IBM, Coca-Cola, Volvo, Santander and Kraft Heinz.
What sets Pipefy apart from the rest?
Built for fast deployment, Pipefy users can easily customize and design complex processes in a matter of minutes, not months. It offers hundreds of pre-built workflow templates that users can instantly customize and start running.
With Pipefy, anyone can input information to a process, even if they’re not part of the organization. And through automation and integrations, users can say goodbye to repetitive, manual work and focus on adding more value to internal and external customers.
When it comes to controlling and visualizing every step of the process, it’s possible to explore different views, such as Kanban, list, or calendar, so you can keep track of what has been done by who, for how long in each phase.