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Smarterer Raises $1.75M

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Smarterer has completed a Series A funding round, raising $1.75 Million. True Ventures led the round, which also included an investment from Google Ventures, and other angel investors. Tony Conrad from True Ventures will be joining Smarterer’s board of directors.

Smarterer recently kicked off partnerships with The Resumator and Bullhorn Reach (Applicant Tracking Systems), and is rolling out an integration with Branchout among others.

Smarterer is a platform designed to score individuals on their skill sets using crowdsourced test design..

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