Justworks has filed to go public with its SMB-focused, HR-themed SaaS business

The IPO cohort for early 2022 is starting to take shape. Reddit recently filed to go public but confidentially, and it is going to be a big debut.

We might be content with Samsara wrapping up 2021 and Reddit promising pyrotechnics. However, there will be additional products in the future, including Justworks: We’ll take a look at the HR software company’s S-1 to see what it’s developed after it filed late last week.

Justworks’ software assists in the smooth operation of small enterprises. Payroll, vendor payments, payroll tax filings, unemployment insurance, accounting software, and e-signature support are all things that need looking after.

Even at lower price tiers, a plethora of tools enables SMBs to focus on their core competencies. The tech company also offers more pricey plans with access to health insurance goods.

Justworks offers its software on a per-employee, per-month basis, with predetermined prices for organizations with up to 175 employees; after that, you’ll have to call them.

As 2020 began, the business also closed a $50 million round, bringing its total funding raised to a little over $140 million. In addition, earlier this year, Justworks CEO Isaac Oates sat down with one of his investors to go over the 2018 Series B pitch deck.

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