Recall.ai Raises $2.7 Million in Seed Round  

by Kay Aloha Villamor in January 2nd, 2023

Recall.ai, a San Francisco, CA-based startup that helps with a unified API that currently works with Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Team, raised $2.7 million in seed funding.

Participants in the round include Y Combinator, Cathexis Ventures, Pioneer Fund, Rebel Fund, Bungalow Capital, SV Tech Ventures, and Starling Ventures.

Backing also came from individual investors like Sentry CTO David Cramer, Doppler CEO Brian Vallelunga, Grain CEO Mike Adams, BloomTech CEO Austen Allred, and Runway co-founder Siqi Chen.

The company is currently in private beta, and its API is used by about 50 companies in a wide range of industries, including sales, customer support, hiring, user research, translation, education, and healthcare.

Recall.ai is also currently making revenue and monetizing by charging customers per minute of audio and video processed through its platform. Its expansion plans include adding more video conferencing and telephony system integrations.

Company: Recall.ai

Raised: $2.7M

Round: Seed Round

Funding Month: December 2022

Lead Investors: 

Additional Investors: Y Combinator, Cathexis Ventures, Pioneer Fund, Rebel Fund, Bungalow Capital, SV Tech Ventures, Starling Venture, David Cramer, Brian Vallelunga, Mike Adams, Austen Allred, and Siqi Chen

Company Website: https://www.recall.ai/

Software Category: API for Meeting Bots

About the Company: Recall.ai is a software development company that provides a single API for meeting bots on every platform, like Zoom, Google Meet, Microsoft Teams, and more. It can be used to build apps that, (among other use cases) automatically fill out CRMs or prompt customer reps during support calls. The company’s unified API accesses meeting data, including real-time video and audio, who meeting participants are, when they spoke and joined or left the meeting, and when screen sharing started and stopped. 


Source: https://techcrunch.com/2022/12/29/recall-ai/



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