Clovers, a human resources technology firm leveraging conversational intelligence to improve interviewing and hiring practices, today announced it has raised $15 million in seed funding. The round was led by Greycroft and Alpha Edison with participation from Crosslink Capital, Acadian Ventures, Fika Ventures and Act One Ventures.
“The modern workplace and its hiring processes are transforming, driven by technology advancements, the impact of COVID-19 and employee desire for a hybrid remote-office model. This is causing companies to rethink recruiting, looking for inclusive, equitable and insightful interviews,” said Doug Leonard, CEO of Clovers. “Clovers is building an interview intelligence platform to address the massive shift made to hiring over the last 18 months. It is our strong belief that technology should not replace human decision making, only enhance our ability to fairly and accurately assess candidates.”
Clovers, through its flagship product, will use conversational intelligence to revolutionize interviewing for the modern world, making interviews more effective and more inclusive for organizations and candidates alike.
The company said funding will be used toward product development, talent acquisition and marketing.
Announcement: Clovers Raises $15 Million to Revolutionize Interviewing