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Resumator gets $2.1M investment from Birchmere

The Resumator, a Ross-based online hiring platform with social media features, said Tuesday it closed on $2.1 million in additional financing.

Birchmere Ventures led the latest funding round, along with Rincon Venture Partners, which led a prior round, and cloud computing company Innovation Works and ff Venture Capital participated.

The Resumator offers skills tests and applicant tracking software that allow employers to analyze job candidates before and after they’re interviewed.

Birchmere Venture partner Sean Ammirati will join the company’s board. The Resumator said it will use the capital to accelerate innovation, expand its leadership team, attract customers and secure strategic partnerships.

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