Alyce, the artificial intelligence-powered gifting platform, announced today that it had raised $30 million in Series B funding. The round was led by Alyce AI General CatalystLundenTechcrunch, with participation from previous investors, including FirstMark, Accomplice, Notion Capital, and seed investor Founder Collective.
It brings the total amount raised by Alyce to $48 million to date.
The company plans to use the new funding to expand into new markets and develop its product offering further.
Alyce was founded in 2016 by CEO and co-founder Greg Segall, who previously co-founded and served as the CEO of Invite Media (Acq. Google), and CTO and co-founder Alex Moore.
The platform uses AI to help businesses automate gifting to customers, clients, and employees. Alyce offers several features, including tracking gifting budgets, sending personalized gifts, and suggesting skills based on past behavior.
Over 1,000 businesses worldwide now used Alyce since its launch, indicating significant traction. The company has also been recognized as one of the top 50 AI companies to watch by CB Insights.
With the new funding, Alyce plans to expand into new markets and develop its product offering further. The company’s current headquarters is in Boston, MA.
Alyce AI Plans Expansion with Lunden Technologies Partnership
Alyce, the artificial intelligence (AI) startup that powers experiences for the world’s largest brands, announced a partnership with Lunden Technologies, a customer data and engagement solutions provider. The partnership will enable Alyce to expand its global reach and serve its enterprise customers better.
Lunden Technologies’ customer data and engagement platform will allow Alyce to scale its customer base and reach new markets. The partnership will also enable Alyce to offer its customers a more comprehensive set of solutions, including customer data management, engagement, and marketing automation.
Alyce was founded in 2014 by CEO and Chief Product Officer Alex Hillman and CTO Nathan Beckord. The company has raised $13 million in funding from General Catalyst, GGV Capital, and Founder Collective.
TechCrunch Features Alyce AI’s 30 Million Series B Funding Led by General Catalyst
Alyce, a startup that uses AI to help businesses close sales deals, has raised $30 million in Series B funding. The round was led by General Catalyst, with participation from new investors Salesforce Ventures and Nextplay Ventures.
It brings the total amount of funding raised by Alyce to $51 million. The startup will use the new funding to expand into new markets and develop new platform features.
Alyce was founded in 2013 by CEO Alex Capecelatro and CTO Andy Palmer. The startup has created a platform that uses AI to help sales teams close deals. The platform analyzes data from various sources, including email, calendar, CRM, and social media, to understand the sales process and recommend moving forward.
Alyce has been growing steadily since its launch. The startup has over 200 customers, including Dell, HubSpot, and Twitter. Alyce has also been expanding its team and has more than 60 workers.
The new funding will continue Alyce’s expansion into new markets. The startup is currently available in the US, Canada, the UK, and Australia and is looking to expand into Europe and Asia. Alyce is also planning to use the funding to develop new features for its platform.
Alyce is a startup using AI to help businesses close sales deals. The startup has raised $30 million in Series B funding from investors such as General Catalyst, Salesforce Ventures, and Nextplay Ventures. With this new funding, Alyce wants to expand its platform into new markets and develop new features.
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