Denim Overview

  • New York, NY
  • 51 to 200 Employees
  • 2019
  • Company - Private
  • Financial Transaction Processing
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable


Denim is the all-in-one financial services platform that is rapidly disrupting the $250 billion freight intermediary market. Our proprietary technology allows freight brokers to simplify their financing operations and easily access the working capital they need to grow. A ...
Mission: Financial Enablement Platform

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Denim Reviews

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"Love this place"

Sep 20, 2022 - Anonymous Employee


Great coworkers
Fast paced
Make as much money as you want if you put in the work


It is work. Everyday. But you are supported and have kind managers
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Diversity & Inclusion at Denim

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Diversity Programs & Initiatives

We Celebrate Diversity, Camaraderie and Growth

Axle’s culture embraces curiosity, collaboration and continual improvement. We strive to maintain an environment that’s friendly, inclusive and mutually supportive. We earn great employee reviews because we care about your professional growth and personal happiness. And we honor each individual’s uniqueness and contributions. We don’t just accept people’s differences. We celebrate them. Axle is an equal opportunity workplace and an equal opportunity employer.

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Denim Interviews

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  1. Customer Support Interview

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    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Denim (United States)


    Call with recruiter. Call with a few other folks, all three separately felt it important to reassure me "but don't worry, financially, we're doing ok." (I never asked, so a little worrisome)

    Nice enough people, kind of gimmicky product and service. Run by "rich kids" vibe. A little unprofessional, and immature feeling overall. (Not necessarily a bad thing, depending on your preference. They're just very new as a company.)

    Freight lending is not a new concept, but they have a sleeker way of doing it, and an API.

    Interview itself was fair enough, but I mentally checked out. Probably a better fit for someone right out of college or wanting that "exciting"/risky vibe. Seems like they are top heavy via investors, from what they described, and I could feel then tension there.

    Basic, general questions. Help desk experience, tools. "Why are you going to quit 6 months from now?" (Don't say, "because Chad stole my Cal Poly pennant again.") -looking for the flatline answer "because you asked me to do something unethical. Etc"

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Company Updates

September 15, 2022
2022 Tech Trends These Leaders are Watching In any industry, remaining relevant requires fluency in emerging trends. This is particularly salient when it comes to tech, where constant improvements to efficiency and accuracy keep companies in a race for the greatest competitive advantage.The meaning of “efficiency” and “accuracy” has changed considerably from the early days of machine learning, AI and other foundational tech tools. With so much focus on their evolution, those tools (and their progeny, like intelligent process automation) continue to promise developments that can impact industries across the speed spectrum, from notoriously backlogged healthcare to agile consumer analytics.
Denim CTO Featured on BuiltIn's 2022 Tech Trends Leaders are Watching
September 15, 2022
Denim, the fintech platform for freight and logistics formerly known as Axle Payments, today announced that it raised $126 million in a Series B funding round led by Pelion Venture Partners with participation from Crosslink Capital, Anthemis, Trucks VC, FJ Labs, Tribeca Early Stage Partners and Refashiond Ventures at a “nine-figure” valuation. CEO and co-founder Bharath Krishnamoorthy tells TechCrunch that the new cash, a combination of equity ($26 million) and debt ($100 million), will be put toward scaling the business and providing Denim’s customers with working capital. Krishnamoorthy and Denim’s other co-founder, Shawn Vo, had been friends for 16 years before they launched the company. Vo was in the credit risk department at Barclays and a full-stack developer at Fintria, a fintech company, while Krishnamoorthy was an associate at several law firms including Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. “We witnessed a significant gap in the freight broker market, where legacy systems — i.e., paper checks, physical filing — were still in place, and developed an intuitive payments technology to hel
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Denim, a fintech platform for freight brokers, raises $126M in equity and debt

Denim Awards & Accolades

  • 100 Best Remote-First Companies to Work for in 2022Builtin2022
  • Alicia Kortmeyer Is Recognized as an Outstanding Woman in TechBuiltin2022

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Employees rate Denim 4.9 out of 5 stars based on 32 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.

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22% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Denim as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 2.5 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Denim.

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