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Leading cloud-based HR tech firm raises £6.3m

by Peter Smyth Tech Journalist
19th Jun 19 12:05 pm

Enboarder, the leading cloud-based HR technology company that helps employers create engaging employee onboarding experiences, today announces it has closed £6.3m in Series A financing. Greycroft, who participated in Enboarder’s previous funding round of £3.15m, is the lead investor in the new Series A investment, which brings Enboarder’s total funding to £9.45m. New investors, Next Coast Ventures and Stage 2 Capital also participated in the round.

Unlike traditional onboarding software designed primarily to relieve HR of operational processes, Enboarder delivers personalised experiences and drives human connection well before new starters even begin their role. With purposely designed but adaptable journeys based on people experience data, Enboarder delivers intelligent nudges and personalised communications for buddies, managers, leaders and employees, enabling businesses to drive change, when and where it matters most.

Since launching in 2015, over 200 global companies, including McDonald’s, Hugo Boss, EA Games and Eventbrite, have used Enboarder to deliver consistent onboarding experiences that boost employee happiness, productivity and retention.

Enboarder’s Series A funding comes on the heels of the company’s rapid growth and explosive client wins. Enboarder’s corporate client portfolio includes Gap, TomTom, MoneySuperMarket and BASF to name a few.

Brent Pearson, CEO and founder of Enboarder said, “The HR tools that most businesses rely on today were built for a world that no longer exists.

“We’re living in an experience era and yet we welcome new hires with an antiquated process. Employees have all the power today and place a premium on experience. Employers need to adapt in order to thrive, and that’s what we’re focused on at Enboarder.”

Greycroft Principal Will Szczerbiak said, “Companies that do not adopt solutions to power an exceptional employee experience will lose the war for talent. Enboarder sits right at the centre of this trend with onboarding, which in the traditional form is broken, missing a prime opportunity to make a positive impression on an employee.

“The platform also extends to other parts of the employee journey and enables the experience employees to have come to expect. Customers absolutely love it, the team is terrific and has executed flawlessly since we joined the seed in 2018, and we feel strongly that Enboarder will become the category leader of this emerging part of the HR tech stack.”

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