The GitLab Finance team includes multiple functional groups: Accounting, Financial Planning & Analysis, Legal, Tax and Business Operations Programs.
Please use the
#finance chat channel in Slack for questions that don't seem appropriate for the issue tracker or internal email correspondence.
Accounts Payable- inquiries which relate to vendor and merchant invoices should be sent to our Accounts Payable mailbox - firstname.lastname@example.org and invoices that require payment processing should be sent to email@example.com, electronic copies of all invoices should be sent to this address as soon as they are billed.
Accounts Receivable- customer billing inquiries should be sent to our Accounts Receivable mailbox – firstname.lastname@example.org
Payroll- inquiries which relate to contractor invoices should be sent to our Payroll mailbox - email@example.com.
For commonly requested company information, please visit our wiki page.
Login information for the following accounts can be found in the Secretarial vault on 1Password:
If you need this information but cannot find it in your shared vaults, check with the People Operations Specialists to get access.
Refer to our writing style guidelines for proper use of date formats.
Vendor invoices are to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com for contractors. An invoice template can be found in Google Docs by the name of "Invoice Template".
Non-US contractors not from Hungary, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, Switzerland, and Ukraine will get pay their monthly wages and expenses through iiPay. Here is the process:
Non-US contractors from Hungary, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa, Switzerland, and Ukraine will need to send their monthly invoice for salary/bonus/commission and any expenses by the 15th to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In many cases, VAT will not be payable on transactions between GitLab BV and EU-based vendors/contractors, thanks to "Shifted VAT". To make use of this shifted VAT:
Budgets are aligned to departments, and budgets follow the owner who requested the spend. When determining who should request the spend, consider the owner of the outcome.
For example, work to enable a sales partner that will not be incorporated into the product would go to Sales. Work that will be part of the product and supported by engineering, should be charged to the Engineering budget.
|Customer Support||Brooks Royer|
|R & D||Brooks Royer|
|Sales||Frederick Kurniadi and Yi Sun|
|Professional Services||Frederick Kurniadi and Sid Malik|
|Marketing||Christine Machado and Cristal McClure|
|G & A||Christine Machado and Cristal McClure|