Harver Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Revenue & Financials
- Harver's revenue is currently $16.2M per year.
- Harver received $4.2M in venture funding in January 2018.
- Harver's revenue per employee is $167010
- Harver's total funding is $12.3M.
- Harver has 97 Employees.
- Harver grew their employee count by 26% last year.
- Harver currently has 1 job openings.
What Is Harver?
Harver revolutionizes pre-hire talent assessment and substitutes the traditional HR cycle with a new industry standard of preselection. Our predictive analytics determine with extreme accuracy exactly which candidates will perform best in the job. It's automated, data- driven and intelligent - learning from client feedback and adjusting its algorithms accordingly. Our solution taps directly into the applicant's core competencies, translating into real-life, predictive fresh data. Embedded as integral SaaS solution within the clients HR process. We've already made our name in the field of contact centers, where our clients include top international industry leaders. After winning the NCCA HRM Award in 2014, Harver received international recognition. In November 2015 we were awarded best recruitment case together with our client CAK. From our offices in Amsterdam, London and New York, we're signing-up new clients every week. We've connected clients across 13 countries, preselecting candidates in 42 languages. Our approach has now proven successful in other areas too. We are now also changing the market in industries with high applicant numbers for customer-facing jobs. We see tremendous possibility for disruption in the world of recruitment and further. Advances in technology, data and psychology mean we're on the verge of a tectonic shift in the industry. For more info visit www.harver.com.keywords:N/A
Number of Employees
Employee Growth %
|Name||Revenue||Number of Employees||Employee Growth||Total Funding|
|GTM Payroll Ser...||$12.5M||67||8%|
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