Harri, a leading HR Tech platform, has secured a $43 million investment deal in a Series B growth equity round led by New York-based Atalaya Capital Management. This funding round also received support from key investors, including Golub Growth and undisclosed strategic partners.
The HR Tech platform will use the funds in growth equity financing to drive ongoing innovation, accelerate growth, and scale in response to market demand.
Announcing this funding news, Luke Fryer, CEO of Harri, said, “Never before has there been a clearer link between employee and business performance for service industries. The components of a high-performing team are also more complex and dynamic than operators have ever experienced. Harri is playing the long game, we’re building solutions that help our clients navigate seemingly endless challenges and seize timely opportunities related to their most valuable resource. Our investors’ confidence in Harri and valuable guidance will be instrumental as we expand our go-to-market strategies, as well as deepen our business intelligence and intentional AI solutions aimed at increasing worker productivity, satisfaction, retention, and ultimately, profitability.”
Extending their wishes to Harri, Kyle Goss, Principal at Atalaya and Member of the firm’s corporate investing team said, “We are thrilled to partner with Harri and its management team as the company continues to build on its success within the hospitality enterprise software vertical. Our investment stands out as an excellent example of our ability to provide flexible capital to growing businesses.”
Robert Sverbilov, Managing Director at Golub Growth, added, “We are proud to be a long-term partner to Harri as they revolutionize the frontline employee experience. Harri continues to build unique, innovative solutions with its platform, and we look forward to supporting the company’s continued growth and expansion.”
Recently, The Selection Lab secured €1.25M funding from Borski Fund and Arches Capital for its talent assessment and candidate screening technologies, and Jisr, a leading HRTech platform in Saudi Arabia secured $30M funding in a Series A round led by Merak Capital.