Tact.ai, a conversational AI sales stage, today declared the finishing of its $27M Series C fund support, making up the organization's sum funding to more than $57M. New investor include Amazon Alexa Fund, Comcast Ventures and Salesforce Ventures, with existing investor Accel Partners, M12 (in the past Microsoft Ventures), Redpoint Ventures and Upfront Ventures all partaking in the oversubscribed round.
“Sales professionals need a way to control their data and coordinate with people, whether on a phone, smart speaker, or in-car,” Tact.ai founder and CEO Chuck Ganapathi said in a statement. “We’re pleased to work with world-class investors and global companies like Comcast, Amazon, and Salesforce.com to execute on our vision of a conversational and voice-driven enterprise for sales teams.”
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