Costa Mesa-based Connectifier said it raised $6 million in Series B funding led by Goldcrest Investments LP in Dallas.
The company makes software for corporate recruiters and said it has annual sales of about $10 million.
It closed a $4.1 million Series A round in June led by True Ventures with participation by Galeo Ventures, Okapi Ventures and angel investors Sean Ellis, Andrew Chen, Jonathan Downey and James Hong. It raised $1.6 million in seed capital in 2012, according to CrunchBase.
Connectifier said it has 482 clients, including Fortune 100 companies.
The software is used at technology, finance and healthcare firms.
Chief Executive John Jersin said in a statement that the company “can make recruiters more effective stewards of … human talent.”