Stanusch Technologies receives new funds. The financial details are not disclosed
Polish company Stanusch Technologies that is working on the development of artificial intelligence bots has received funding capital from investors with Deep Change Ventures as a leading funder, MamStartup media reports. Previously, the project has been already supported by the international investment house Kulczyk Investments.
Stanusch Technologies specializes in developing systems based on artificial intelligence, especially natural language processing (NLP). The company’s solution is used for optimizing repeatable business processes that are based on people-to-people contact. According to the estimate of Stanusch Technologies, up to 80% of processes could be automatized and standardized.
The company has completed over 140 projects so far. Products of Stanusch Technologies were used by ING Bank Śląski, Getin Bank, Santander Bank, BNP Paribas, PlusBank, Orange, UPC, Gaspol, Link4, InPost, Empik, Energa, Amica, and Bayer.
As the CEO of Stanusch Technologies Maciej Stanusch says, the financial details can not be publicized but capital received in this round will be invested in further development. More information will be released after the next funding rounds the company plans to organise.
The Deep Change Ventures is a seed and early growth investment fund focused on supporting companies that develop unique proprietary technologies in accordance with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) agenda and which are aimed to reduce the negative impact on the environment.