Turing Company

Our mission is to unleash the world's untapped human potential

Who we are, what we do, how we do it, and everything else about us.

What is Turing?

We are a data-science-driven deep jobs platform helping companies spin up their engineering teams in the cloud at the push of a button. Based in Palo Alto, California, we are a fully remote company of 500+ people who help connect world-class remote software engineers with world-class companies.

What does Turing do?

We make the remote hiring journey easy and rewarding for both companies and developers. With Turing, companies can hire pre-vetted, Silicon Valley-caliber remote software talent across 100+ skills in 4 days. We also democratize opportunities for remote developers from around the world by offering them high-quality software jobs with top US firms.

How does Turing work?

Our Intelligent Talent Cloud uses AI to source, vet, match, and manage over 3 million developers worldwide. This, in turn, helps organizations save valuable time and resources as they build their dream engineering team in a matter of days.

Turing at a glance
100% remote company
3 million+
Countries represented
Skills available
Of customers get developers under 4 days
Palo Alto

Turing is trusted by companies across industries

Our customers come from diverse sectors like Banking, Finance, Healthcare, ITES, FMCG, Media and entertainment, and more. We have helped hundreds of organizations hire high-quality software talent on-demand. From Fortune 500 companies to fast-scaling startups, hundreds of organizations trust us to scale their offshore engineering teams effortlessly.

More than 1000 companies, including well-known, new-age companies backed by top firms like Google Ventures, A16Z, Bloomberg, Khosla Ventures, etc., have hired our pre-vetted developers.

Marketing & Advertising
Marketing & Advertising

Developers Turing

From better salary to career growth, top developers speak about the advantages of working with Turing.com.
Our investors
We are backed by prominent investors such as WestBridge Capital, Foundation Capital, Founders Fund (investors in Facebook, Tesla, Asana), Altair Capital, Mindset Ventures, Frontier Ventures, Gaingels, Facebook’s first CTO (Adam D’Angelo), and illustrious executives from Google, Amazon, and Twitter.
Foundation Capital
Westbridge Capital
Altair Capital
Mindset Ventures
Frontier Ventures
Chapter One

Turing advisory board

Current members of Turing's advisory board include Ashu Garg, GP at Foundation Capital, GM at Microsoft; Sumir Chadha, MD at WestBridge, Investor in Cognizant, GlobalLogic; Adam Angelo, CEO, Quora, and Facebook’s first CTO; Beerud Sheth, Co-Founder, and CEO, Gupshup and Founder of Upwork; Gokul Rajaram, Advisor, and Board member DoorDash, Coinbase, and Pinterest; Cyan Bannister, Founder, Bannister Capital; Manik Gupta, ex-CPO for Uber and angel investor. The advisory board provides strategic advice and counsel to Turing’s management team.
Ashu Garg
Ashu Garg
GP at Foundation Capital, GM at Microsoft
Sumir Chadha
Sumir Chadha
MD at WestBridge, Investor in Cognizant, GlobalLogic
Adam D'Angelo
Adam D'Angelo
CEO of Quora, Facebook’s first CTO
Beerud Sheth
Beerud Sheth
Founder, Upwork, Co-Founder & CEO, Gupshup
Gokul Rajaram
Gokul Rajaram
Advisor, Board Member of DoorDash, Coinbase, and Pinterest
Cyan Banister
Cyan Banister
Founder, Bannister Capital
Manik Gupta
Manik Gupta
Former Chief Product Officer at Uber

The idea behind Turing

We now live in a remote-first world. Today, almost every tech company is a remote company, thanks to the enormous benefits that fully remote teams offer. Companies that have adapted to the remote work shift are now thriving and have a significant recruiting edge.

When companies go remote, they get access to a planetary pool of engineers versus recruiting from a small pool of developers who live near their headquarters. They are not only able to hire higher-quality talent but also retain them for a more extended period.

But becoming a remote-first company isn’t that easy.

Companies going for remote teams usually struggle with three things.

First, although it’s easy to source average developers, it’s tough to find Silicon Valley-caliber developers.

Second, it’s hard to evaluate and vet remote talent to figure out the best candidate. Organizations have a minimal idea about remote developers' fundamental skills and qualifications through a traditional CV. It doesn’t tell them enough about the foreign universities and the companies that a developer went to and worked for, respectively.

Turing Founders

The Turing timeline

MarchTuring makes its debut.
AugustTuring goes to General Availability.
MayThe number of developer signups to Turing reaches 250k.
AugustTuring raises $14M in seed funding.
DecemberTuring raises $32M in Series B led by WestBridge Capital.
MarchTuring named to Fast Company's annual list of the World's Most Innovative Companies for 2021.
MarchTuring named one of America's best startup employers for 2021 by Forbes.
JuneThe number of developer signups to Turing reaches 500k.
OctoberThe number of developer signups to Turing reaches 1 million.
DecemberTuring becomes a Unicorn, raises over $140 million.
AugustThe number of developer signups to Turing reaches 2 million.
NovemberThe number of developer signups to Turing reaches 3 million.

Turing in the news

Turing Named One of America’s Best Startup Employers for 2022 by Forbes
The list was compiled by evaluating 2,500 U.S. businesses with at least 50 employees on three criteria: employer reputation, employee satisfaction, and growth.
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uring Launches AI-Powered Services to Form Engineering Dream Teams
Turing Launches AI-Powered Services to Form Engineering Dream Teams
Palo-Alto-based Turing today announced Turing Services, a tech consulting and services model combining their proprietary AI-powered technical recruitment technology with a ready network of handpicked consultants to offer tailored, end-to-end solutions for hiring application engineers.
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future of software developer teams
The Future Of Software Developer Teams: Remote By Default?
By embracing remote work as the default, organizations can tap into a global talent pool, improve communication and collaboration, and leverage generative AI to drive innovation and success.
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