Censia, a San Francisco, CA-based Talent Intelligence technology company, raised $21M in Series A funding.
The round, which brought total funding to over $30m, was led by Marbruck Investments, which joined existing investors Streamlined Ventures, Merus Capital, The CXO Fund, and CerraCap.
The company intends to use the funds to expand go-to-market efforts, scale their API-first offering, and continue product innovations for talent acquisition and workforce planning powering HR technologies of the future with AI.
Led by Joanna Riley, CEO and Co-founder, Censia provides a platform that applies AI and machine learning to talent data enabling Talent Acquisition and HR professionals with continuous insights delivered as a headless solution via API. Censia currently integrates with many leading HR systems, including Workday, iCIMs, SAP SuccessFactors, Recruiter.com, Jobvite, Greenhouse, Phenom, Lever and Smart Recruiter and recently launched a developer resources site for their API offering.