Job matchmaking app Super has acquired the SaaS products company Crunch for an undisclosed amount. As a part of the deal, Dayson Pais CEO of Crunch Commerce will join Super as its co-founder, along with the rest of the team.
Note that earlier this month, Super acquired the SaaS startup Viraltrics, following which Viraltrics founder Bhavna Muraleedharan had joined Super as the co-founder along with the rest of the team. It’s worth noting that Super had been using Viraltrics to acquire its organic user base of half a million, although post acquisition its products were discontinued for public usage. We have asked Super about their plans for Crunch, and if they plan to discontinue its products, but we are yet to hear back.
Including the current acquisition, Super now has over 20 employees. Backed by Codigami, the startup mentions its currently on its way to raise a Series A round of funding, although the company did not provide a timeline for this.
What Crunch does: Crunch offers end to end mobile commerce solutions for merchants. Users of the platform can fully design their mobile website without requiring to code and can check the results on multiple devices before going live. Users can also create shopping apps using the platform for both iOS and Android, although this feature, along with an SDK, is ‘coming soon’.
The service costs $499 per month for customers that generate less than $15,000 in monthly mobile revenue, and $799 for customers that generate over $15,000 in monthly mobile revenue. It currently lists brands like Kama, Cello, PCJ, Riot Jeans, The Elephant Company, Safari and The Stiff Collar among others as its customers.
Super Jobs: Super introduced a feature called Super Jobs (beta) late last month, allowing job seekers and job providers to match with each other the Tinder way. It lets employers and candidates swipe through each other’s profiles and ‘like’ them by swiping right. If both the employer and the candidate ‘like’ each other’s profiles, the app connects them over email. This way, only interested parties can pursue relevant data of the other.
Super claims that it currently has over 100 companies on board as a part of its closed beta including Webengage, Wingify, Helpshift, Flatchat, Zepo, Haptik and Grabhouse. Initially launched as a mobile resume builder, Super offers job seekers the option to download the resume they create as pdfs. Users of Super are also given an option to get the resume reviewed by ‘experts’ for $45.