Beamery raises $5 million to treat job candidates like customers

Apr 12, 2017 · venturebeat.com

Beamery team

Beamery, which provides software to help companies better target their hiring process, announced today a new round of $5 million, led by Index Ventures.

The London-based startup combines elements of customer relationship management (CRM), marketing, and artificial intelligence (AI) to "treat candidates like customers," according to Beamery’s website. "Think of it like Salesforce and Marketo for recruitment," wrote Beamery’s CEO, Abakar Saidov, in an email to VentureBeat.

According to the chief executive, traditional recruiting is based on creating open roles in an Applicant Tracking System (ATS) and trying to fill these with active candidates that apply. "When roles become urgent, companies pay for ads and agencies to fill them faster," wrote Saidov. "Every new role, you start again. There is no visibility into the future, no sustainable strategy other than reacting to the needs of the business."

Beamery claims to have more than 50 customers, including Facebook, VMware, Criteo, GitHub, and Dropbox. The subscription-based pricing varies according to business footprint, functionality, and usage.

Although traditional job search websites like LinkedIn and Glassdoor are key players in this sector, Saidov views Avature and SmashFly as direct competitors.

Read Complete Article

RT @DHealthLDN: London businesses: help us to represent your needs by feeding into our response to the Mayor's draft economic development s…

RT @willnorman: Keep an eye out for the new cycle counters we switched on this morning. Now everyone can see the record numbers of Londoner…

RT @kradlesoftware: We are all SO excited to be supporting London Tech Week in June 2018 as part of our upcoming launch. Follow us for more…

National Portrait Gallery closes to the public for private fashion show of Royal favourite designer… https://t.co/eppnp0Ac1V

ICYMI reinferio has raised $3.5m to continue developing its cognitive automation tech https://t.co/keXRxpnLvU

Tech.London Weekly

×