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Pulsifi has raised US$1.8 million in an angel round

Pulsifi, a Singapore and Malaysia-based HR tech startup, announced it has raised US$1.8 million in an angel round. Investors such as Kairous Capital; Aaron Chen, Founder of KVC group of companies; and Rajesh Lingappa, Co-founder & Former CTO of RedMart, joined the round.

As per a press release, this investment brings Pulsifi’s total funding to US$4 million. The fresh funds will be utilized to boost expansion to new markets in Europe and accelerate product development.

With operational bases in Singapore and across the causeway, Pulsifi has customers across six Southeast Asian countries. Notable clients include Nestle, Singtel and Heineken.

Its platform unifies multiple hard skills and soft traits data on each candidate or employee, and accurately predict each person’s work styles, role fit, culture fit, and other outcomes. The company remarked its methodology is backed by over 50 years of organisational psychology research.

Pulsifi claims its platform has over 90 per cent accuracy when predicting the outcomes of people at work, helping their clients improve quality and efficiency in talent acquisition and management.

Building on its recent win at the HR Tech PitchFest 2020, Pulsifi is expanding its market coverage through a network of partners, from Southeast Asia to Europe.

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