Gloat, formerly known as Workey, is a next-gen AI solution for recruitment and career enhancement.
Gloat is on a mission to rethink the modern workforce, to bring startup agility to the world’s biggest enterprises, and to put employees in the best position to achieve anything.
Gloat was founded in Israel in 2015 by Ben Reuveni, Amichai Schreiber, and Danny Shteinberg. The company is based in New York and Tel Aviv, Israel.
Gloat sells an AI-powered platform to organizations to power their job boards. Integrated with existing software, Gloat sources information on employees to help match them to job openings at their employer — whether they’re proactively searching or a manager seeks them out.
Gloat uses an AI system to map the relationships between skills, roles, candidates and companies. Trained on CVs, professional profiles, job descriptions, academic content, economic data and compensation data, the system attempts to quantify the ways that job titles, job requirements and skill needs change.
Gloat has than 1.1 million users in over 120 countries using the platform. Gloat’s customer includes brands like Mastercard, Unilever, Schneider Electric, Nestlé, Novartis, Standard Chartered Bank and HSBC.
Gloat is backed by Accel, Generation Investment Management, Fidelity, Intel Capital, Eight Roads Ventures, Magma Venture Partners, PICO Venture Partners, and others. The company raised $90M in Series D round on Jun 28, 2022. This brings Gloat's total funding to $192.6M to date.