Seattle recruiting software company TalentSpring is disclosing details of its sale today, a few weeks after founder Bryan Starbuck said a deal had taken place.
The 10-person company was acquired by Vancouver, B.C.-based Talent Technology, which is using the deal to establish a Seattle office where Starbuck will be vice president of product management. He said the remaining employees also joined Talent Technology.
Starbuck, a former Microsoft engineer and manager, started TalentSpring in 2007 and raised $2.7 million from investors, including Second Avenue Partners.
Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed by the companies.