Israeli conversation intelligence startup Chorus.ai attracts $45M
Conversation intelligence platform for high-growth sales teams Chorus.ai has completed a $45 million Series C round led by Georgian Partners. Emergence Capital, Redpoint Ventures and new investor Sozo Venture also participated in the round, the company announced in a press release.
Founded in 2015 by Roy Raanani, Russell Levy and Micha Breakstone, Chorus.ai offers machine learning and AI sales meetings analysis solution that provides data and insights directly into organizations’ CRM.
The software helps sales teams to discover moments that impact selling outcomes immediately, as well as better understand what customers actually care about, their own unique challenges and the engaging moments that should be pursued in order to close a deal.
Chorus.ai is headquartered in San Francisco and has offices in Tel Aviv, Toronto and Boston. It has totally attracted $85.2 million and has been working with such companies as Zoom, Mavenlink, Qualtrics, Adobe and GitLab.
In addition to the investment round, Chorus.ia also announced the appointment of Greg Holmes, former Head of Sales and Corporate Strategy at Zoom, to the board.