German startup Levity secures $1.7M in a pre-seed round for the product launch
Levity, the no-code AI tool for workflow automation, has closed a $1.7 million pre-seed funding round led by London-based VC firm Angular Ventures with participation from System.One, Discovery Ventures, Martin Henk, founder of Pipedrive, and other angel investors.
Founded in 2020, the startup has recently announced the launch of its flagship product. It is a simple-to-use platform that enables knowledge workers to create AI-powered solutions, which are tailored to the specifics of their business, to automate repetitive manual work processes concerning reviewing and categorizing documents, images, or text within marketing, customer service, operations, HR, and others.
“Levity was born from our own pain points. We knew the technology was out there to automate those repetitive tasks that t#ake up so much time but couldn’t find a single product that caters to the average person who can’t code but whose life would benefit from AI,” Gero Keil, co-founder and CEO of Levity, told.
Levity’s tool integrates seamlessly with different business productivity tools including Slack, GSuite and Dropbox, and can be used across industries by companies of all sizes. For example, Hear.com, a company that sells hearing aids, already uses the AI platform of a German startup to automate the document classification processes.
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