PageUp, a Melbourne, Australia-based maker of cloud-based, enterprise talent management software, received a significant investment from Battery Ventures.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed. In conjunction with the funding, Battery General Partner Chelsea Stoner and Vice President Paul Morrissey will join the PageUp board of directors.
The company will use some of the new funding to increase its focus on product research and development and to continue its global expansion via acquisitions to offer more products to more customers in complementary markets.
Founded in 1997 by Karen and Simon Cariss, PageUp is a provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent management platform with a significant international presence in markets including the U.S., Asia and Europe, delivered in 18 languages to more than eight million users in 190 countries.
The company offers a fully integrated talent management suite, including products related to recruitment, employee onboarding, performance management, learning and career development, and succession management. The solution is accessible on any device.
It serves customers in industries including higher education, retail, mining, manufacturing, business and financial services, as well as not-for-profit organizations and government.
Large customers include Aldi Stores Australia, Myer, Downer EDI Ltd., Foxtel Management Group, TMF Group, Reserve Bank of Australia, Jollibee Foods Corporation, Medical University of South Carolina, Michigan State University, The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, Hong Kong Express.
The company has offices in Melbourne (headquarters), Sydney, New York, London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Manila.