Merge is a San Francisco-based data integration startup $ 15 million Series A funding to change how B2B companies integrate HR Information Systems.
The funding round, coupled with the participation of Addition-led NEA investors, comes at the same time as Merge announces partnerships with BambooHR and Lever. To date, the startup has raised $ 19.5 million, which will drive the development and expansion of its platform. Lee Fixel, founder of Addition, mentioned the company’s involvement in:
“Merge is revolutionizing customer-centric integrations in the B2B space, helping developers integrate quickly and seamlessly. Their track record shows that Merge is solving a common problem with the right product, and we are excited to help the company continue its growth path.
Merge 2020 was created by Shensi Ding and Gil Feig to allow developers to integrate multiple HR-related platforms using a single API that simplifies the process. The startup API supports more than 50 Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS), Applicant Monitoring System (ATS), and accounting integration through additional collaborations that increase in number each week. Gil Feig, co-founder of Merge, said:
“Collaborative support is very appropriate for this phase of our growth. Stronger partnerships help make API providers a source of truth and help them build products that build complementary products — Merge’s customer base.
In the last 6 months, the startup has registered more than 600 organizations to use the platform as the demand for advanced integration in the B2B industry continues to increase. To sustain this growth, funding will allow Merge to add more integration functions and categories to its platform, as well as expand its engineering and sales teams to support its expansion. The startup will also develop a dedicated partner portal, enabling it HR platforms to proactively integrate their solutions with Merge.