News: Australia-based HR tech startup Revelian rebrands as Criteria

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Australia-based HR tech startup Revelian rebrands as Criteria

Ever since, Criteria acquired Revelian, the two organizations have integrated its scientifically validated assessments across five major categories: aptitude, personality, emotional intelligence, risk, and skills.
Australia-based HR tech startup Revelian rebrands as Criteria

Revelian, Australia-based company in the field of emotional intelligence and game-based assessments, announced that it has rebranded as Criteria. Back in February 2020, Criteria, a SaaS talent success platform with headquarters in Los Angeles, California had acquired Revelian. 

With the official convergence the two companies aim to establish themselves as a unified global brand leading the pack in the talent space.  

Sharing the news, Josh Millet, Founder and CEO of Criteria said, "The integration of our organizations has proven to be a natural progression because of our complementary cultures, product sets, and value propositions." 

Since the acquisition, the two companies have integrated their scientifically validated assessments across five major categories: aptitude, personality, emotional intelligence, risk, and skills. In 2020, Criteria also acquired Australian-based Alcami Interactive. 

Criteria’s intuitive assessment platform combined with the power of Alcami Interactive’s on-demand video interviewing capability was also made widely available to the APAC market - with the aim to ultimately strengthen the combined organisation’s offerings to customers on a global scale. 

“The Revelian team is thrilled to be unveiling our new brand identity as Criteria, all while continuing to deliver the same results to help our customers drive talent success,” says Cherie Curtis, Former CEO of Revelian and current President of Criteria. 

Since 2020, Criteria has more than doubled its number of employees (175 globally, including 65 APAC-based), gained over 1,000 new clients, and has opened a new Australia-based headquarters (Level 18, 333 Ann Street, Brisbane) that will house its 45 Brisbane employees.

In the new year, the company will continue to expand its international presence with a focus on offering new products, including a deeper expansion into post-hire solutions for customers globally. 

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