Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) April 17, 2014 -- Inbenta, the Semantic Search Engine provider, announces it has closed a $2M Series A funding from a group of investors led by “Amérigo Chile Early Stage and Growth”. Amerigo is an international network of technological Venture Capital funds which forms part of Telefónica's commitment to boosting technological innovation around the world. Inbenta will use the funds to continue to scale out their A.I. based Semantic Search platform for enterprise customer care solutions while expanding operations worldwide.
“We are committed to ensuring that people who visit e-commerce websites they are able to interact with intelligent machines which results in better customer service, and creates a future where people have no wait times on customer support and a more real world experience online,” said Jordi Torras, CEO & Co-Founder of Inbenta. “We are pleased to work with Amerigo to accelerate our growth and to expand our technology and presence online.”
“We’re excited to join this company to help them grow operations in Latin America. We‘re confident that the exceptional team behind inbenta combined with their cutting edge technology will transform the industry," said Oliver Flögel, Partner at InverSur Capital.
Inbenta is a Semantic Search engine company with operations in United States, Europe (France and Spain) and South America (Brazil and Chile). With more than 100 clients, including Groupon Ticketmaster, and Telefonica, Inbenta manages the searchability in websites with customer service platforms. The AI based Semantic Search Engine Technology offers interactive features like Virtual Assistants using Avatars. “We are creating our own version of Her,” said Jordi Torras who was referring to a movie released this year that shares unique similarities to Inbenta’s platform and technology direction.
About Inbenta: Inbenta is a company specialized in Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing, with offices in USA, France, Spain and Brazil. It manages over 100 clients worldwide including Groupon, Ticketmaster, and Zendesk. It offers Semantic Search technologies connected to customer support features such as search engines, virtual assistants, Avatars, Dynamic FAQS and several more Natural Language processing products.
Original Release: PR Web
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