inDinero is an accounting software and services company providing accounting and financial software. Founded in 2009 by Jessica Mah, Andy Su, and Andrea Barrica, inDinero graduated the startup incubator, Y Combinator in 2010. As of September 2018, inDinero had raised about $10 million in equity funding, had a roster of nearly 30 investors. On May 8, 2018, inDinero acquired San Jose-based firm tempCFO. On February 1, 2019, inDinero acquired a second company, mAccounting, an Indianapolis-based accounting and tax firm.
Jessica Mah started the initial development of inDinero at age 19 after meeting her co-founder Andy Su at UC Berkeley. Upon graduating from Y Combinator in August 2010, inDinero gained angel attention. inDinero closed a $1.2 million seed round the following month, which consisted of investments from Intuit’s David Wu, Yelp’s Jeremy Stoppelman, and YouTube’s Jawed Karim. In February 2013, inDinero received the largest of a three-fund investment from FundersClub in their initial investment in enterprise software companies. Two years later, in February 2015, inDinero closed its largest funding round, a Series B round worth $7 million. Similar competitors include Bench, Botkeeper, and BooksTime.