Superpro.ai, the AI-powered video communication workflows platform, received a boost in its portfolio with funding of $300K as part of its seed round led by IvyCap Ventures Angel Fund. According to the official release, the received funds will be utilised for “accelerating the product development, increasing the platform’s sales and marketing efforts to cater to more customers, and reaching product-market fit.”
Headquartered in Bangalore, this AI-powered video communication workflows platform, Superpro.ai, assists startups in the edTech, health Tech, HR tech, and events industries with video communication workflows.
Talking about the fresh round of funding, Gaurav Tripathi, the Founder and CEO of Superpro.ai said, that the company has been established “with a vision to power a sustainable and fulfilling future of work,” with “remote and video communication is at the core of it.”
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Thus, the startup has been helping edtech, health tech, and eCommerce companies to launch video communication as part of their service delivery workflows. This fresh round of funds will “help us iterate faster with the product and reach product-market fit faster,” said Tripathi.
Along with speeding up the product development, Superpro.ai has also released mobile SDKs for its video communication workflow platform, which are compatible with Android, iOS, and React Native platforms.
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Apart from IvyCap, other prominent angel investors participated in this seed funding round include Pentathlon Ventures; ah! Ventures, SOSV – Superpro.ai’s existing investor, Piyush Prahladka, ex-Google, ex-Uber, and Gopi Vikranth, the Associate Principal ZS, ex-Mu-sigma.
With its AI and automation capabilities, Superpro.ai helps companies provide an advanced video communication experience. It equips startups with no-code and low-code resources to power video conversations within their websites or applications.