In the old days, managers hired based on gut feelings and snazzy cover letters. In fact, most still do. But Hireology, now with a fresh $10 million in the bank, claims it has unlocked the future of hiring.

The HR tech company says it “leverages proprietary data and predictive analytics to help managers make the right hiring choice.” The four-year-old company says it achieves this “by analyzing the behaviors of top-performing employees.”

According to Hireology’s formal release, the company raised $10 million from Bain Capital Ventures. There were no follow-on investors.

Bain Capital’s portfolio also includes companies like DoubleClick, Color Labs, Vonage, and Minute Clinic.