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Orange Quarter was brought on board to help with Klara’s scaling in the wake of their Series B funding round, led by the likes of Project A Ventures and Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI Venture fund. Originally working with multiple recruitment agencies, we were able to deliver a steady pipeline of strong candidates and become Klara’s most trusted recruitment partner. Klara’s hiring needs spanned Frontend, UX, Ruby Engineering, DevOps, Infrastructure, and Engineering Leadership.
In the first few months of our partnership Orange Quarter made great headway in hiring across Frontend and Backend positions. As the teams scaled Klara needed to hire into middle management and we were able to hire an experienced Senior Engineering Manager for the business who was soon promoted to a Director role. In the meanwhile, we hired a cross-functional data team spanning Product Analytics, Machine Learning, and Data Engineering. As the teams matured we focussed more on senior candidates, leading to senior hires at Staff, Senior EM, and Lead levels
Founded in 2013 with a mission to transform healthcare communication, so every patient can receive great care, Klara makes it easy for healthcare providers to securely communicate with their patients and with each other, without worrying about HIPAA compliance or losing track of patient information. Healthcare providers across more than 40 specialties use Klara to provide a delightful patient experience, while streamlining their own administrative workflows and saving hours per day.
Klara has been proven to increase patient satisfaction, and reduce time spent on administrative work. And patients love it, too — the average practice sees a patient adoption rate of more than 80%, which is approximately 3x the adoption rates of patient portals and emails.
Founded by Simon Bolz and Simon Lorenz, is backed by investors such as Firstmark Capital, Lerer Hippeau, Flatiron Health founders Zac Weinberg and Nat Turner, Clover Health founder Vivek Garipalli, InVision founder Clark Valberg, former Hubspot CRO Mark Roberge, and former Marketo Chief Growth Officer Jill Rowley, among others. It was named the winner of Silicon Valley’s Health 2.0 Award, as well as one of the Best Entrepreneurial Companies in America by Entrepreneur Magazine. It has offices in New York (HQ) and Berlin