MyPerfectGig scores $3.5 million, a candidate fulfillment service for technical departments such as engineering, software and IT, has secured $3.5 million in funding, according to

The Lexington-based tech talent matching site has a planned $8.9 million funding round. The investors were not disclosed in filed federal documents with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

MyPerfectGig was started in 2007 by Mark Dane, the founder of Brass Ring. Dane sold Brass Ring to Kenexa in 2006 for $115 million.

According to MassHighTech, clues to potential investors could be found in the company’s list of directors. MyPerfectGig lists as a director Michael Skok of North Bridge Venture Partners, and also Elliot Katzman, a general partner at Kodiak Venture Partners.

Also named as directors are Russell Campanello, the former senior vice president of human resources and administration at Phase Forward Inc. who just took on the same role at iRobot Corp., and Henry Ancona, the former president and COO of Cambridge’s Pegasystems Inc.

In total the company has secured $15 million in funding. In 2007 it raised $65 million, and then $5 million in 2009.

According to the company’s website, MyPerfectGig helps hiring managers and recruiters skip the labor intensive process of finding and sifting through resumes by quickly cutting to a short list of screened candidates at a fraction of the cost of staffing firms.


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