Intento, an AI integration platform, closed a $3 million seed round to expand its AI integration platform. Flint Capital led the round with participation from Berkeley SkyDeck and SmartHub, along with other angel investors.
The company plans to use the new funds to build out its sales and marketing operations in Europe and the U.S. and expand the customer success team.
Including the latest round, the company has raised over $4.3 million to date.
The Intento platform helps companies procure and deploy a range of best-fit AI solutions for content processing. It is already in use by several large, global companies in the retail, travel, and technology space.
The company’s current focus is Machine Translation (MT), helping to train and evaluate MT models on more than 25 systems such as Amazon, Google AutoML, Microsoft Custom Translator, IBM, and DeepL. The Intento Enterprise Machine Translation (MT) Hub is an AI integration platform that makes these MT models available right in the existing software systems and workflows.
The technology also helps augment MT with other AI intents such as text classification, sentiment analysis, image tagging, and soon OCR and speech transcription. It is also designed to work with conventional integration platforms such as MuleSoft (Salesforce), BMC, and SnapLogic.
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