Los Angeles- and Nashville-based Clovers, a developer of interviewing and recruiting software, has raised $15M in a funding round, the company said this week. According to Clovers, the funding was led by Greycroft and Alpha Edison, and also included Crosslink Capital, Acadian Ventures, Fika Ventures and Act One Ventures. Clovers said its product uses “conversational intelligence” to provide real-time hiring questions for interviews, offering up what it says are “unbiased” question for interviews, and providing post-interview candidate insights, and post-mortem interviewer coaching. The company’s founders include serial entrepreneurs Adam Miller, founder & former CEO of Cornerstone OnDemand, and Jason Nazar, Co-Founder & CEO of Comparably, along with Doug Leonard and Cihan Ucar. The company is being led by CEO Doug Leonard.