Thursday June 4, 2020

EdgeTier chases funding for European plan

AI customer service firm lands Google top prize

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

14th July, 2019
Ciarán Tobin, Bart Lehane and Shane Lynn of EdgeTier Picture: Conor McCabe

The artificial intelligence (AI) business EdgeTier plans to seek further funding of over €5 million in 2021 after completing a round last week which raised €1.5 million. The Dublin-based firm, which won Google’s Adopt a Start-up programme last week, provides AI tools to enhance customer service.

“Our target now is building up to grow into Britain. We want to get the product absolutely right and the customer base absolutely right,” Bart Lehane, chief technical...

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