Talentoday (http://www.talentoday.com), a talent assessment and people analytics solution, has raised $3.49 million in Series A funding mainly from The Adecco Group, the world’s leading workforce solutions provider.
Two years after raising $1.4 million from private investors, the small but nimble start-up has gained the trust of almost 100 clients around the world. Talentoday now has the resources to accelerate its international market penetration and achieve its goal of helping candidates find career success and enabling companies to improve their talent management and recruiting capabilities.
This funding will allow Talentoday to strengthen its engineering effort and accelerate progress on its product roadmap. It will enable the expansion of Talentoday’s innovative Target Profiles © and matching capabilities that were launched at the end of 2016.
Martin, CEO of Talentoday, commented “We are very pleased about the confidence expressed by the world leader workforce solutions. We are now on the road to achieve our goal: to become one of the key players in the modern talent assessment industry. We want to move companies into the digital age by empowering them to make data-driven hiring decisions. This investment will not only help us to accelerate our engineering road map but will also enable the marketing and sales effort to increase our reach.”
Talentoday improves professional success by offering individuals insights on their personality and motivations through psychometrics and predictive analytics. The online platform provides a free personality questionnaire and online tools for recruiters and career management professionals. The company’s leading talent assessment solution, Talentoday Manager, allows professionals to increase and optimize professional placements. Millions of users as well as hundreds of customers in more than 160 countries have chosen Talentoday to find the perfect professional match. Founded by accredited psychologists, neuroscientists, data scientists, and HR experts, Talentoday is an affiliate member of the International Test Commission and adheres to the standards of the American Psychological Association. Talentoday is based in San Francisco and has an additional office in Paris.