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Job-seeker software company receives $35 million in funding

August 1, 2019 • Careers, Startups

Job-seeker software company receives $35 million in funding

The new investment round, led by Insight Partners, brings Harver’s total funding to $35M.

Harver, a pre-employment assessment software company, announced on Thursday, 1 August 2019, that it has raised $15 million in Series B funding. The investment is said to allow invest meant in digital automation to further accelerate Harver’s vision to transform the recruiting process.

“In just a few years, Harver has completely transformed the candidate selection process of enterprise organisations worldwide. They offer solutions that revolutionise how companies evaluate and hire top talent,” says Peter Segall, Managing Director at Insight Partners. 

“We are excited to continue our partnership with Harver and see it evolve into an industry leader within the recruitment technology space.” 

According to Insight Partners, Harver, since its launch in 2015, has been on a mission to digitally transform the recruitment selection process into an experience hiring managers and job seekers can grow to love.

Its platform is designed to remove the challenges surrounding high-volume hiring, including managing large volumes of applicants, mitigating unconscious bias, and capturing the right information upfront to make data-driven hiring decisions.

“With our technology, we’re able to digitally transform the candidate selection process of large enterprise companies around the globe. We’ll empower recruiters to match candidates better and faster while eliminating all bias from the decision-making process,” says Barend Raaff co-founder and CEO at Harver. 

“To reach this goal, Harver will continue to expand on its product development and matching engine. This substantial investment from Insight Partners will give us the support we need to expand our product and connect with more companies looking to innovate and transform their recruitment practices,” concludes Raaff. 

Edited by Jenna Cook

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