Databutton, an Oslo, Norway-based startup, aims to make AI-powered assistants, chatbots, and automation accessible to all, raised $5.1 million in seed funding.
The round was led by Skyfall Ventures and Maki.vc.
Founded in 2016, Skyfall Ventures is an early-stage investment firm based in Oslo, Norway, that focuses on both consumer and enterprise companies. The firm is sector-agnostic and seeks to invest in early-stage Nordic technology companies.
Maki.vc is an early-stage venture capital firm partnering with deep tech and brand-driven companies obsessed with challenging category norms. The firm was established in 2018 and is based in Helsinki, Finland.
Databutton Use of Funds
The startup plans to use the capital to further refine its offer in close collaboration with its expanding user community.
Founded by Trygve Karper, Martin Røed, and Viral Shah, Databutton develops a low-code app builder platform to help users build and launch AI apps. It allows users to build interactive web applications in minutes using their own datasets or by connecting to a catalog of sources, models, and integrations. The platform, designed to work within a browser, provides step-by-step instructions and an AI assistant to help develop AI assistants, making it more accessible to users without extensive coding skills.
Company: Databutton AS
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: September 2023
Lead Investors: Skyfall Ventures and Maki.vc
Company Website: https://www.databutton.io/
Software Category: App Builder Platform