Seek AI, a company seeking to automate critical processes and workflows so data stakeholders can get data fast, has landed $7.5m in funding.
The round was led by Conviction and Battery Ventures and saw participation from former Snowflake CEO Bob Muglia, co-founder of DeepMind Mustafa Suleyman and founder and CEO of dbt Labs Tristan Handy.
According to Seek AI, the funding came at a critical juncture in Seek AI’s growth as it continue to gain traction within the generative AI space, and work with more than a dozen pilots across industries ranging from startups to the Fortune 100.
Seek claims it is that also making data accessible to non-technical, business-facing roles. In doing so, the firm said it is unlocking billions of dollars of previously inaccessible ROI for our customers.
Seek AI said, “Businesses invest massive budgets into managing their data, with the hope of generating insights that will help the business make better decisions. It is these insights, and the resulting decisions, that produce a return on investment on the data.
“However, today, business users are blocked from accessing most of this ROI because each new question must be asked to a data professional who is already busy fielding questions from many other non-technical colleagues.
“By automating this inefficient, manual and repetitive workflow, Seek is helping every role within a business get the data they need, fast, so that they can make these key data-driven decisions.”
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