HackerEarth is a technnology startup that delivers best-in-class innovation management and technical recruitment software and helps companies fast-track their growth.

HackerEarth's innovation management software enables companies to innovate through a data-driven and people-centric process. It simplifies ideation and collaboration and also makes it easy to crowdsource solutions from internal employees and partners.

HackerEarth was founded in November 2012 by Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee alumnus Sachin Gupta and Vivek Prakash. The company is based in Bangalore, Karnataka, India with an office in Fremont, California. HackerEarth moved it's headquarter to Freemont, CA and has offices in Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Delhi, London, China, and Japan.

HackerEarth's technical recruitment software helps top-tier companies hire top-notch tech talent. With automated tests, it enables them to scale their recruitment process and save a lot of time and costs.

HackerEarth was a finalist in the 2014 Seedstars World startup competition held in Geneva, Switzerland. It has a competitive programming platform which supports over 32 programming languages (including C, C++, Python, Java, and Ruby).


HackerEarth has conducted 1000+ hackathons and 10,000+ programming challenges till date. Since its inception, HackerEarth has built a developer base of over 2 million+.


HackerEarth has more than 750 customers worldwide use its Sprint and Recruit platforms, including Amazon, Walmart Labs, Thoughtworks, Societe Generale, HP, VMware, DBS, HCL, GE, Wipro, Barclays, Pitney Bowes, Intel, and L&T Infotech.




  • Year founded: 2012
  • Funding Info: $5M in 4 funding rounds (Last funding type: Series A)
  • Yearly Revenue: $3M-$5M (2018)
  • Employee Size: 201-500
  • Business Valuation: Unknown
  • City/Town: Bengaluru
  • State: Karnataka
  • Country: India
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