Seattle startup Symbl raises $4.7M from Amazon and others for ‘conversational AI’ enterprise tech

Symbl co-founders Subri Rathore and Toshish Jawale. (Symbl Photo)

Symbl has raised more cash to fuel growth of its enterprise software that helps companies transcribe real-time conversations and pull more insights from internal meetings, customer care interactions, sales calls, and more.

Crosscut Ventures led the $4.7 million round, which included participation from Alexa Fund, Amazon’s voice-focused investment arm. Other backers include Jump Capital, Third Kind VC, Technexus Ventures, and Flying Fish, in addition to angel investors such as Capio founder Tony Chen and Tom Williams.

Symbl was previously known as Rammer.AI when it graduated from Techstars Seattle

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