electroNeek, a New York-based start-up has raised $500k During Its Pre-Seed Round to brink Robotic Process Automation to automate office workers’ routines and Cloud orchestration to the SMB. At the end of last year, the company received financing to develop and deploy software products that automate routine repetitive tasks in an enterprise at the GUI and cloud connector level electroNeek can automate any task that an employee can build instructions for.
The short of it is that electroNeek can essentially extract information from business records or software applications, process this information, populate fields in a form and run custom reports on the gathered information. It can also transfer data to and from between desktop and applications based on the instructions written by the employees.
Thus, electroNeek’s products can benefit –
- Sales Professionals
- Finance teams
- HR departments
electroNeek targets medium to small enterprises that have a large volume of repetitive tasks and ever-changing information technology processes. The company today has 80+ implementation partners, worldwide.
Sergey Yudovskiy, CEO, electroNeek said, “The investments will help the company to move faster in fulfilling its market ambition making such technologies as RPA and Cloud Orchestration affordable not only to large corporations but for SMBs and mid-market, drive truly mass adoption of digital robotics.”
The company is a recent pass-out from the PwC Accelerator and is associated with Microsoft for Startups and NVIDIA’s Inception Program.
The funding round was led by –
- Softline Venture Partners
- I2BF Global Ventures
- The existing angel investors
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