Rammer.AI co-founder Surbhi Rathore pitches at Techstars Seattle Demo Day in May. (GeekWire Photo / Taylor Soper)
Rammer.AI wants to help put “conversational intelligence” capabilities in the hands of more developers.
The Seattle startup just reeled in a $1.8 million seed round led by Flying Fish Partners, with participation from Revel Partners and angel investors Scott
Heimes, Eric Harber, and Nirav Desai.
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The company, which graduated from the most recent Techstars Seattle cohort in May, is developing software that allows companies to generate insights from voice or text conversations natively as part of their existing tools. For example, it can be used during meetings to produce transcriptions that make follow-ups and action items more seamless.
“While there are products like Gong or Chorus that use their own Conversational Intelligence to power the experience of their product, we are democratizing access to this intelligence and making it available to other products out there that can get a jump start on adding more value to their conversational workflows,” said Rammer.AI CEO and co-founder Surbi Rathore.
Rathore previously worked at Amdocs in India before launching Rammer.AI in April 2018 with