Investors are banking on the automation of human resources management in China. We reported in 2015 that Moka, among the key players in the area, protected approximately$27 million for its Series B led by Hillhouse Capital. This week, the start-up revealed closing a Series B+ at over 100 million yuan ($14.4 million), raising its overall raise for the B round to 300 million yuan ($43.2 million).

The start-up decreased to reveal its financiers in the latest round, saying the earnings will go toward recruitment, item innovation and business expansion. GGV Capital bought its Series A round. Chinese financiers have in current years shifted more attention to enterprise-facing products as the customer tech market becomes crammed. Moka makes software to aid HR supervisors ‘everyday operations, from publishing job openings, finding prospective prospects, to handling existing staff. Moka will signal the HR supervisor when workers update their resumes, a sign that they could be smelling out brand-new chances.