Perfect, an Israel-based human resource technology startup, has raised $13M in a seed funding round. Target Global, Joule Venture, and RTP Global led the seed funding round. Individual investors like Chemi Peres, the Kalish brothers, Dan Naftali, Uri Levy, Young Sohn, Leon Recanati, Oren Rozenbech, Tomer Pomerantz, and Nir Adler also participated in the round.
Perfect is an AI-enabled platform that helps organizations to fill staff vacancies by mapping the profiles of millions of technology-focused professionals. The company mentions that it wants to break LinkedIn’s monopoly on the talent-searching market, so it relies on generative AI to help companies search for the ideal candidates they are looking for. Perfect scans hundreds of public data sources, like social media and other databases, to search for ideal candidates whose skills match the company’s requirements.
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According to Perfect, it has mapped profiles and career graphs of millions of US-based technology professionals. Perfect constantly scans public sources for live signals about companies, such as layoff indications, senior role changes, and other news.
CEO of Perfect, Eylon Etshtein, stated that Perfect sees itself as the ‘Spotify for Talent’ and it works by learning the hiring preferences of each company to adapt recommendations accordingly. Perfect’s list of customers includes Incredibuild Ltd, RTP Global, and RocketVisor Corp.