Sense, an “AI-driven” talent engagement and communications platform, announced that it raised $50 million in series D funding led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2.
“Sense’s founding mission to equip companies to engage with best-fit talent both quickly and effectively is more important than ever. Our work with hundreds of companies in the past year alone has enabled them to build great teams and compete for talent amid the pandemic,” said Anil Dharni, CEO of Sense. “Our latest funding is not only validation of the need for personalized talent engagement in today’s candidate-centric world but is also an accelerant for our platform globally as we help reshape the future of work.”
Sense offers job candidate matching and screening services in addition to a drag-and-drop recruitment campaign creation tool. With the platform’s services, which sync with other existing applicant tracking systems, companies can deduplicate pools of new applicants against existing databases and send targeted follow-up messages, among other tasks.
The proceeds, which bring Sense’s total capital to $90 million, will be put toward hiring and recruitment as well as product development.
Announcement: Sense Raises $50M to Simplify Hiring at Scale