Who Uses Comeet? 12 VC-Funded Companies That Do

“Who uses Comeet?” is a common question in sales calls and product demos.

Analyzing our customer base, there is much variety; really small customers with fewer than 15 employees, Series D startups with hundreds of staff, and several customers with an org chart of thousands. They range from pre-revenue to publicly-traded, and operate in different industries, product categories and geos. This is how they differ.

How they are alike is evident in their HR processes. Comeet customers tend to be similar in three categories: prioritization, process and ROI. Companies that choose Comeet as their recruiting platform:

  1. Emphasize the strategic importance of talent acquisition.  
  2. Embrace the transparency and accountability of a team-centric collaborative process.
  3. Want to make better and faster hiring decisions to add the right people to their team.

Here is a list of some of the VC-funded companies we’re very happy to call customers:

 

AppsFlyer Logo

Product/Service: Mobile advertising measurement platform that allows app marketers to measure their user acquisition campaigns in real-time.

Latest round: $20M Series B (Jan. 2015)

Investors: Microsoft Ventures, Rittenhouse Ventures, Pitango Venture Capital, Magma Venture Partners and Fidelity Growth Partners Europe

Total funding: $27.1M

 

Blazemeter Logo

Product/Service: Self-service testing platform for apps, websites and APIs

Latest round: $6.5M Series A (May 2014)

Investors: Glilot Capital Partners, Western Technology Investment and YL Ventu

Total funding: $7.7M

 

Checkmarx Logo

Product/Service: Static code analysis solutions to ID security vulnerabilities

Latest round: $84M Series C (June 2015)

Investors: Insight Venture Partners, Salesforce Ventures and XT Investments

Total funding: $92M

 

ClickTale Logo

Product/Service: Customer experience analytics platform

Latest round: $35M Series C (Jan. 2015)

Investors: Amadeus Capital Partners, Goldrock Capital, KKR and Viola Credit

Total funding: $60M

 

Freightos Logo

Product/Service: Supply chain management (routing and pricing of international freight shipments)

Latest round: $14M Series (Sept. 2015)

Investors: Aleph, Annox Capital, Israel Cleantech Ventures (ICV) and MSR Capital

OurCrowd and Sadara Ventures

Total funding: $23.3M

 

Gett Logo

Product/Service: Mobile app for booking taxis and rides around the world.

Latest round: $20M (April 2015)

Investors: Access Industries, InVenture Partners, MCI Management SA and Vostok New Ventures Ltd

Total funding: $220M

 

Inovid Logo

Product/Service: Platform for delivering and measuring video experiences

Latest round: $10M Series (March 2015)

Investors: Cisco Investments, Genesis Partners, Sequoia Capital, T-Venture and Vintage Investment Partners

Total funding: $37.5M

 

IronSource Logo

Product/Service: Mobile distribution and monetization ecosystem

Latest round: $20M (February 2015)

Investors: Access Industries, Disruptive and Saban Capital Group

Total funding: $105M

 

Payoneer Logo

Product/Service: Cross-border payment platform.

Latest round: $50M Series E (August 2015)

Investors: Carmel Ventures, Greylock Partners, Susquehanna Growth Equity and Wellington

Management and 83North

Total funding: $90M

 

PlyMedia Logo

Product/Service: Performance-based ad exchange

Latest round: $2M (Sept. 2015)

Investors: Flint Capital, Elron Electronic Industries and 83North

Total funding: $5.7M

 

Product/Service: Services for open-source NoSQL Redis database and memcached object caching system

Latest round: $15M Series B (June 2015)

Investors: Bain Capital Ventures, Carmel Ventures and Silicon Valley Bank

Total funding: $28M

 

Taboola Logo

Product/Service: Content discovery platform

Latest round: $3M Series B (June 2015)

Investors: Advance Publications, Comcast Ventures, Evergreen Venture Partners and Groupe Arnault

Total funding: $160M

If you’re curious about why they opted for Comeet when they could have chosen any recruiting tech or applicant tracking alternative, watch our 2-min. product video. Then schedule a 30-minute demo. Then start a 14-day free trial.