Censia, a San Francisco, CA-based Talent Intelligence technology company, raised $21M in Series A funding. The round, which brought total funding to over $30m, was led by Marbruck Investments, which joined existing investors Streamlined Ventures, Merus Capital, The CXO Fund, and CerraCap.
“How we recruit, hire and promote is uninformed, subjective and manual. Censia is changing that by democratizing talent information around the world,” said Joanna Riley, CEO and Co-founder at Censia. “By building a Talent Intelligence Platform that contextualizes billions of data points on public and proprietary data, Censia enables enterprises to make bias-free data-driven people decisions. It is a win-win for business and humanity.”
The company intends to use the funds to expand go-to-market efforts, scale their API-first offering, and continue product innovations for talent acquisition and workforce planning powering HR technologies of the future with AI. These will happen alongside a continued expansion of integration partners.
Announcement: Censia Raises $21M for Intelligent Talent Platform