Turing.com Raises $32M in Series B Financing


Turing.com, a Palo Alto, Calif.-based automated platform that lets companies hire remote developers, raised $32m in Series B funding.

The round was led by WestBridge Capital with participation from Foundation Capital, which led Turing’s seed round, Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, and Gaingels Adam D’Angelo, Gokul Rajaram, Cyan Banister, Scott Banister, Beerud Sheth, Founders Fund, Chapter One Ventures, Plug and Play Tech Ventures, UpHonest Capital, Ideas & Capital, 500 Startups Vietnam, Canvas Ventures, B Capital, Peak State Ventures, Stanford StartX Fund, Amino Capital, Spike Ventures, Visary Capital, Brainstorm Ventures, Dmitry Chernyak, Lorenzo Thione, Shariq Rizvi, Siqi Chen, Yi Ding, Sunil Rajaraman, Parakram Khandpur, Kintan Brahmbhatt, Cameron Drummond, Kevin Moore, Sundeep Ahuja, Auren Hoffman, Greg Back, Sean Foote, Kelly Graziadei, Bobby Balachandran, Ajith Samuel, Aakash Dhuna, Adam Canady, Steffen Nauman, Sybille Nauman, Eric Cohen, Vlad V, Marat Kichikov, Piyush Prahladka, Manas Joglekar, Vladimir Khristenko, Tim Thompson, Melinda Thompson, Alexandr Katalov, Joseph and Lea Anne Ng, Jed Ng, Eric Bunting, Rafael Carmona, Jorge Carmona, Viacheslav Turpanov, James Borow, Ray Carroll, Suzanne Fletcher, Denis Beloglazov, Tigran Nazaretian, Andrew Kamotskiy, Ilya Poz, Natalia Shkirtil, Ludmila Khrapchenko, Ustavshchikov Sergey, Maxim Matcin, and Peggy Ferrell.

The company intends to use the funds to continue developing its platform, enhance its automated matching, monitoring, and management tools, and increase headcount in the organization’s engineering, sales, and marketing departments.

Led by Jonathan Siddharth, CEO & co-founder, and Vijay Krishnan, co-founder & CTO, Turing.com is an automated platform that lets companies hire and manage remote software developers. It uses data science to automatically source, vet, match, and manage remote developers worldwide. Turing controls for quality after the match by offering tools that enable remote communication, timezone management, onboarding, productivity tracking & performance management. The company has 180,000 developers on the platform from 10,000 cities in the world. Customers span a wide range of high profile companies, including VillageMD, Plume, Lambda School, Ohi Tech, Proxy, Carta Healthcare.



Join the discussion