Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Hackerearth raised Rs 30 crore funding

Hackerearth Inc has raised Rs 30 crore funding from DHI Group Inc, Prime Venture Partners, Beenext, Beenos, Digital Garage and BizReach.

Hackerearth founded in 2012 by alumni Gupta and Vivek Prakash runs an online skill assessment tool to evaluate computer programmers and connect them with potential employers.

The startup startup plans to use the money to strengthen its product team and expand its business internationally, among other purposes.

Also read: Squad raised $2.1 million funding from Blume Ventures and others


HackerEarth CEO and co-founder Sachin Gupta said, We see good potential in this space and want to invest to grow this business. This is in line with our efforts to build a large developer community across the globe and help companies do better talent management.

HackerEarth has two product:
1- Recruit: It is a candidate assessment platform that allows recruiters to create programming tests and remotely evaluate candidates. It has been used by some big companies like Amazon, WalmartLabs, Cognizant and Honeywell.

2- Sprint: It is an innovation management platform for businesses.


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