Supermood raises €2.5 million to revolutionize HR departments and the employee experience

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Supermood, a SaaS solution to measure and improve employee engagement, announces a Series A investment of €2.5 million, led by Alven.

Supermood, an artificial intelligence to boost employee engagement

 

Launched in 2015 by two engineers, Kevin Bourgeois (CEO) and Robin Nicollet (CTO), Supermood is a SaaS solution to measure and improve employee engagement. This platform enables users to collect employee feedback and to identify their real needs, before implementing consistent and measured actions. Through regular and anonymous micro-surveys, HR departments and top managers can improve and quantify their teams’ engagement.

 

With a high level of expertise in I/O psychology combined with artificial intelligence (text analysis, automatic push questions, and correlation to engagement), Supermood gives the tools to identify key drivers of employee commitment, find and resolve different issues. In summary, Supermood allows you to quickly understand what is happening in your business.

 

Commitment and well-being at work: two growing requirements for businesses

 

Intuitive and automated, the Supermood solution has already convinced more than 100 clients and a third of France’s top companies over the past two years (including Axa, Total, Fnac-Darty and ManPower).

 

Given the strong response from the market and with the support of Alven, Supermood aims to accelerate its technological development and recruit the talents necessary to support its ambitious growth plan to become the leading engagement solution in Europe.

 


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