Skael has raised $38 million in Series a funding led by RTP Global. The company offers a no-code automation platform for enterprises. Wiggers is leaving VentureBeat to write about artificial intelligence for TechCrunch. He has previously worked as an SEO editor for Fatherly and has written for various tech sites including XDA Developers and Digital Trends. He is a graduate of Ohio University.
Skael raises $38M in Series a led by RTP Global
Skael, a company that uses artificial intelligence to automate the digital workplace, has raised $38 million in Series A funding led by RTP Global. The funding will be used for product development, expansion of technology centers, and marketing and sales efforts worldwide. The company says its customers include Google, San Diego Housing Commission, and Asurion.
The company’s technology enables it to process text and PDF documents and search for answers to “open-domain” questions. This technology leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to ingest, organize, and query data from multiple sources. It is designed to allow companies to increase productivity while still maintaining a human touch.
Company offers no-code automation platform for enterprises
No-code applications allow users to configure and reshape business processes with little to no coding knowledge. These tools are part of the self-service revolution and empower business users. No-code automation tools are designed to be easy-to-use and allow users to build processes and workflows by point-and-click or drag-and-drop. No-code applications also enable future-proofing business processes.
Skael offers no-code automation solutions that can be used by enterprise customers. Its tools can be used for customer relationship management software tasks, employee onboarding and offboarding, and even IT knowledge bases. These applications are AI-powered and can integrate with most popular software applications.
No-code automation platforms help enterprises automate processes across disparate data sources and applications. They help companies automate workflows and improve operational efficiency in every business unit. Companies can even use them to streamline employee benefit and claims management processes. With the use of a no-code platform, companies can deploy scalable, digital solutions in a record amount of time.
No-code automation platforms are becoming increasingly popular among enterprise customers. They make it possible to develop enterprise-grade applications for any size business without programming experience. With no-code platforms, even non-programmers can develop workflow automation and business processes. These solutions can also make enterprise-grade applications accessible to smaller businesses. Moreover, they give the power back to end users. After all, they know their requirements, and can customize apps to fit their needs.
Using no-code automation, companies can make the most of the power of AI and machine learning. By eliminating the need for human intervention, no-code automation can reduce errors and boost productivity. By empowering employees to learn how to automate a process, no-code RPA systems allow businesses to democratize their automation capabilities. Using a no-code automation platform, employees can build and implement processes for all departments of their organization.
Enterprises can use a no-code automation platform to streamline multiple processes, including employee onboarding, lead routing, and incident management. By empowering LOBs to automate, the tool reduces the time and costs associated with these tasks. Not only that, but it also improves the employee experience.
Unlike many other no-code platforms, Skael has a unique pricing model. Users can sign up for a 30-day trial or request a demo before making a decision. In addition to no-code automation, Skael’s platform integrates with multiple apps, which reduces duplication and ensures predictable outcomes. This frees up the user to focus on other tasks.
Wiggers leaves VentureBeat for TechCrunch
Kyle Wiggers is leaving VentureBeat and joining TechCrunch. He is a senior writer covering artificial intelligence. He previously wrote about the tech space for Fatherly and has also contributed to XDA Developers and Digital Trends. He is a graduate of Ohio University.