Airgram, a China and Singapore-based AI-powered transcription and analytics startup, raised $10 million in Series A funding.
The round was led by GL Ventures, the venture capital arm of the Asia-focused investment giant Hillhouse, with participation from Linear Capital, CDH Capital, and PKSHA SPARX Algorithm Fund, which was founded by publicly traded Japanese AI firm PKSHA and asset management company SPARX Group.
Airgram plans to use the funds to invest in research and development, client services, and office expansion.
As of August 2022, the company offers two main products: Notta and Airgram AI Assistant. Notta is a speech-to-text transcription too.
Airgram AI Assistant, on the other hand, is marketed as a meeting productivity tool. It includes many of Notta’s main features, plus meeting planning, interactive collaboration, and so on.
Company: Airgram Inc.
Round: Series A
Funding Month: Aug 2022
Lead Investors: GL Ventures
Additional Investors: Linear Capital, CDH Investments, and PKSHA SPARX Algorithm Fund
Company Website: https://www.airgram.io/
Software Category: Meeting Productivity and Management Tool
About the Company: Founded in 2020 by serial entrepreneur Ryan Zhang, Airgram is a meeting productivity and management tool powered by AI that improves collaboration and streamlines teams' workflow from plan to action. Airgram can be added to Zoom, Google Meet, and Teams, as well as all popular virtual conferencing platforms, and supports live transcription in eight languages (Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish). Airgram connects to your calendar and schedule assistant to join and record meetings; real-time note-taking collaboration with your team; and detailed meeting minutes and transcripts shared via other work apps. The company offers two main products: Notta, which supports 104 languages, and Airgram AI Assistant, which is available in eight languages. Both Notta and Airgram AI are available on a subscription basis.