Leading applicant tracking system (ATS) recruitment specialist Gupy has acquired employee management platform Pulses for an undisclosed sum. Both companies are based in Brazil.

“With Pulses now part of Gupy, organizations will have access to a continuous listening platform, including real-time visibility into employee experience, sentiment and productivity, to help drive engagement and improve organizational performance,” Hugo Metzger, head corporate development and investor relations at Gupy, wrote in a LinkedIn post.

This is Gupy’s third acquisition. Its previously acquired rival Kenoby, and Niduu, a corporate learning company that uses gamification.

Gupy raised BRL500 million ($93 million U.S.) last year in an investment round led by SoftBank. In 2020, it raised $6.8 million in a funding round.

Gupy has managed to quickly grow traffic, outpacing such rivals as long-established recruitment vertical Catho, which is owned by Seek, and Vagas.

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