By ET Bureau - September 01, 2023 1 Mins Read
Floworks Technologies Inc., a startup with a chatbot designed to increase knowledge worker productivity, disclosed that it has raised USD 1.5 million in seed funding.
According to TechCrunch, the round was jointly led by Y Combinator and Sense AI, a fund that supports businesses using artificial intelligence. Other institutional investors also took part in the transaction.
A chatbot named Flowy that is powered by a generative AI model is the main offering from Floworks. It can be accessed via Slack. The chatbot, according to the business, enables users to communicate with well-known software-as-a-service platforms like Salesforce using natural language commands.
The company is reportedly concentrating primarily on use cases for sales automation at this time. It claims that its Flowy chatbot expedites tedious tasks like entering information about a new deal into a company’s CRM system.
The platform covers e entire enterprise technology space- including emerging technologies like RPA, AI, cloud, automation, and the entire gamut of digital transformation tools, strategies and management decisions.
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