Turing Raises $32 Million More To Help Source Developers Remotely

In a Series B round of funding, Turing raised $32 million for an AI-based platform to help organizations source engineers remotely.

Turing, a startup that has built an AI-based platform to help organizations source engineers remotely recently raised  $32 million in a Series B round of funding. The funding was led by WestBridge Capital.

The platform helps organizations to evaluate prospective sources, and bring them together into remote teams. Turing then also manages them for the company.

According to a report from TechCrunch Turing has a database of approx 180,000 engineers covering around 100 or so engineering skills. The skills include React, Node, Android, Java, Rails, Python, Golang, PHP, Agular, Swift,  Vue, DevOps, ML, data engineering and more.

Source: Turing

Alongside WestBridge, other key investors in this round included Foundation Capital,  Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures,  Frontier Ventures and Gaingels. Many high-profile angels from companies like Google,  Facebook, Amazon, Twitter, and Microsoft also participated, underscoring the network that the founders themselves have amassed.

Well, around 50,000 developers have gone through automated vetting on the Turing platform. Current customers include VillageMD, Plume, Lambda School,  Ohi Tech, Proxy and Carta Healthcare.

"Turing has a very interesting business model, which today is especially relevant.....Access to the best talent worldwide and keeping it well-managed and cost-effective make the offering attractive for many corporations. The energy of the founding team provides fast growth for the company, which will be even more accelerated after the B-round." said Igor Ryabenkiy, managing partner at Altair Capital,