The Resumator, a Pittsburgh-based startup that offers web-based social recruiting solutions and applicant tracking tools, has secured $700,000 in funding, according to Techcrunch.

The funding was led by Rincon Venture Partners, with Paige Craig, ff Venture Capital and Christopher Muenchhoff participating.

The Resumator claims to take the hassle out of hiring by replacing the HR inbox with more efficient hiring and sourcing tools.

Don Charlton, founder and CEO, started the company back in 2009 with the idea of replacing costly job boards with tools that enable companies to share jobs on social media. Employers can also grow their applicant pool through referrals and free job traffic.

Competitors of the Resumator include include Jobvite, Firefish, and Sendouts.

The Resumator has attracted several startups as clients, most likely due to its competitive rates. Plans start at $29 per month and do not exceed $299 per month.

The company has now secured almost $900,000 in funding and credits AngelList for the current round of venture capital.


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