Greenhouse, a New York City and San Francisco-based enterprise talent acquisition suite, raised $50m in Series D funding.
Riverwood Capital made the investment.
The company, which has now raised more than $110m, intends to use the funds for additional growth across enterprise clients both domestically and abroad as well as investments in R&D to continue innovating its products, growing its capabilities in the areas of recruiting, onboarding, hiring analytics, and diversity and inclusion.
Founded in 2012 by Daniel Chait, CEO, Greenhouse provides an enterprise talent acquisition software platform used by companies like Cisco Meraki, Buzzfeed, J.D. Power, Warby Parker and Airbnb to design and automate all aspects of hiring throughout their organizations. To allow organizations to manage diversity and inclusion in hiring, the company recently launched Greenhouse Inclusion, in partnership with Paradigm, to operationalize behavior change and mitigate bias during the hiring process.
More than 2,500 customers use the platform in over 50 countries.