Vancouver’s Charli AI has announced the limited release of its chat-oriented and no-code workflow driven solution for the digital workplace market.
No longer do businesses need to toil over burdensome tasks like invoicing, time and expense tracking. The company is releasing early access to integration partners and will be announcing its full list of integration partners and market wide release within 6 months.
The Intelligent automation startup is the latest venture from the team behind Bit Stew Systems, an Industrial IoT startup that exited to GE Digital in 2016 for $208 million.
Founders Kevin Collins and Alex Clark have worked together building companies for the last 20 years and raised a $1.6 million seed round for Charli AI from Yaletown Partners and BDC Capital in the Spring of 2019.
“I wish I had technology like Charli ten years ago when Alex and I were starting Bit Stew, we could have accelerated our product development and grown the business much faster,” said Collins, CEO, Charli AI. “But the maturity of AI was not there yet.”
“The problem with many workflow tools today is that training data is hard coded and rigid, we were aware of these problems and knew this would slow our time to market, we were able to develop a novel approach to training data that puts Charli’s AI capabilities in an entirely new category,” added Collins.
Charli makes it easy to automate some of the most critical components of running a business, workflows like, invoicing, work orders, following up with customers, time keeping, scheduling and routing.