Silicon Valley-based startup Allganize has received an undisclosed series A round funding led by SparkLabs Ventures, according to SparkLabs on April 29.
Other investors include Seoul-based venture capital firms Fast Investment and Laguna Investment, as well as Canadian VC Base Investment. An existing investor Global Brain also joined the round.
Courtesy of Allganize
Founded in July 2017, Allganize provides natural language understanding API and a conversational artificial intelligence agent to enterprises, so that its solutions help clients manage documents scattered across various platforms such as Google Drive, Confulence, Slack, Jira and Zendesk.
The startup is run by serial entrepreneur Lee Chang-su. His former startup 5Rocks, dedicated to business intelligence and data analysis for mobile game developers, was acquired by Silicon Valley-based mobile advertising platform company Tapjoy in 2014.
SparkLabs Ventures is dedicated to series A and B round funding.
By Son Ji-hyoung (email@example.com)