ATS Lever has closed $50 million in Series D funding which it will use to improve its capability for data-driven and unbiassed hiring.

Founded in the U.S. in 2012., Lever caters to companies of all sizes with its ATS and candidate relationship management services. It automates tasks related to interview scheduling and feedback collection. Its data analytics tool helps employers and recruiters in executing diversity, equity and inclusion strategies in recruitment.

Lever calls itself a complete talent acquisition suite offering high volume hiring, recruitment marketing, resume review and screening services for recruiters on one site. The rectech firm is serving 4,000 customers worldwide.

The Series D funding came from a British private equity form Apax Digital, which also invested in Spain-based real estate site Idealista, TradeMe, leading online classifieds in New Zealand and UK automotive marketplace Auto Trader.

Lever says it will use the investment for expansion in new markets and upgrade recruitment technology. So far, it’s raised $123 million, according to Crunchbase.

“As more companies are understanding the importance of leveraging talent acquisition suites to seamlessly handle the complexities of hiring, we’re continuing to expand our technology ecosystem, enable data-driven talent acquisition, and significantly improve diverse and inclusive hiring practices,” said CEO Nate Smith in a statement.

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