The Greek-American growth company Workable, which is building a recruiting automation platform used by an increasing number of SMEs around the world, has raised an additional $ 50 million.
The funding round, which brings the Athens-born company’s total funding to $ 84 million, was led by London-based private equity firm Zouk Capital, with participation from previous investors, 83North, Balderton, Notion, TriplePoint and Endeavor Catalyst.
Founded in 2012, Workable has helped more than 20,000 companies recruit people from start to finish. Its product includes tools for recruiting marketing, passive candidate hiring, interview scheduling, candidate evaluation, and workflow automation.
The expansion, which is currently headquartered in Boston, is in the process of implementing new artificial intelligence technology to automate the selection and evaluation process, such as automatic candidate scheduling, machine-fed selection and more than 30 built-in tools evaluation and video-interviews.
Workable also has a network of more than 180 job sites, user associations like LinkedIn and Indeed, and job syndication agreements with Google and Facebook.
Also take a look at:
– Tech.eu Podcast # 59 (featuring an interview with the Co-Founder and CEO of Workable)
– Our deep dive into the startup ecosystem of Athens