CodeSignal Raises $50 Million in Series C  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in September 17th, 2021

CodeSignal, a San Francisco, CA-based technical assessment platform to make data-driven hiring decisions in tech recruiting, raised $50 Million in Series C funding.

The round, which brought total funding to $87.5M, was led by Index Ventures, with additional participation from Menlo Ventures, Headline, and A Capital.

The company intends to use the funds to accelerate product and go-to-market functions and launch its new Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that enables relevant assessment experiences.

Company: BrainFights Inc.

Raises: $50.0M

Round: Series C

Funding Month: September 2021

Lead Investors: Index Ventures

Additional Investors: Menlo Ventures, Headline, and A Capital

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Software Category: Assessment platform

About the Company: Founded in 2015 by Tigran Sloyan, CodeSignal is an assessment company that has created job simulation technology to enable hiring teams to assess skills and hire talent for roles, at scale. Its assessments provide a measure of a candidate’s qualifications, enabling recruiters to compare several scores and strengths at once before hiring decisions are made. The platform allows companies to set their threshold for qualifications and customize assessments with comprehensive testing options for each team and job opening and safeguards against cheating. The platform is used by innovative tech firms including Brex, Databricks, Facebook, Instacart, Robinhood, Upwork, and Zoom.


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