Aquant, A New York-based intelligence service startup, has raised $ 70 million in Series C funding to expand its AI-based predictive platform.
The funding round brings in $ 110 million in total start-up funding and is led by Qumra Capital, Insight Partners and Pitango Growth. New investors Schneider Electric Ventures and Claltech joined the list of previous investors, including Lightspeed Venture Partners and Angular Ventures. Sivan Shamri Dahan, a senior partner at Qumra Capital, said the company had a turnout:
“Aquant is revolutionizing the intelligence of services and is well positioned to lead this large market in terms of their domain specialization and data skills. Their technologies allow companies to focus on what they are doing, alleviating one of today’s most serious business challenges. because they are quick to significantly improve service experiences. “
The startup was created in 2016 to generate knowledge about how companies use data and improve performance to share between teams. Its platform achieves this by using technologies such as Artificial Intelligence to improve data collection, organization and analysis. Today, the company serves some of the largest companies in the relevant industry, including Siemens Healthineers, The Home Depot, 3D Systems and Sysmex. Assaf Melochna, president and founder of Aquant, said:
“Customers rely on Aquant’s AI-enabled offering, unlike generic AI solutions, which adapt to the needs of service verticals and provide clear ROI from day one. Aquant’s instructions shed light on areas traditionally perceived as blind spots in service operations and experience. because it continues to add value to all stakeholders in the service experience and continues to expand the additional solutions that customers expect. “
Together service with intelligence becoming increasingly important in today’s world to increase the quality and efficiency of rural service, Aquant has grown rapidly over the years. It now plans to sustain this growth rate by using funding to expand its engineering, customer service and market teams and expand use cases.