SeamlessHR, a Nigerian HR startup completed a new funding round in an effort to drive its pan African growth. The Lagos-based startup received funding from Tofino Capital focussed on B2B/enterprise tech companies. US-based Lateral Capital, Consonance Investment Managers (Lagos), were the lead players behind the investment of about $150K.Other participants were Enza Capital (Kenya) and Ingressive Capital.
Based in Lagos, SeamlessHR was founded in 2013 by Deji Lana and Dr. Emmanuel Okeleji and began their journey as a job aggregator crawling jobs on multiple vacancy platforms. The recruitment management system matches employers to potential job seekers.
A call to Insidify.com helps companies review their job applications during the process while picking the right candidate for certain roles. Currently, the system is an enterprise, cloud-based human resource management software.
In 2018, the company made a shift from B2C to a B2B model, as SeamlessHR helping medium-sized and large-sized companies automate while optimizing their HR processes. SeamlessHR is now in use by major Nigerian brands such as Sterling Bank, Coronation Bank, Wema Bank, Lagos Business School, PwC, NIBSS, Lagos Business School, Providus Bank, and several other MSMEs across diverse sectors.