Founded in 2014, builds and maintains an artificial intelligence powered personal assistant that schedules meetings for you. We do not believe yet another App is the solution to the scheduling problem. We believe that the only way to remove the pain once and for all is through an intelligent agent that acts like and works like any other human you might have employed to do this Job - think of this as "invisible software". There's no sign-in, no password, no download; all you do is CC [email protected] into your email thread, just like you would a human personal assistant, who then takes over the tedious email ping pong that comes along with scheduling a meeting. Initially backed by its founders, secured $9.2 Million in a Series A Financing led by FirstMark Capital, with participation from IA Ventures, Softbank Capital and Pritzker Group Venture Capital. The team is located in New York City.
Company Growth (employees)
New York, US
Size (employees)
72 (est)-1%
Website was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in New York, US Office Locations has an office in New York
New York, US (HQ)
25 Broadway Data and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$36.4 m

Latest funding size

$23 m

Time since last funding

over 1 year

Investors's latest funding round in April 2016 was reported to be $23 m. In total, has raised $36.4 m

Traffic Overview of Online and Social Media Presence News and Updates to break its AI assistant out of email to help Slack and Alexa users has raised $10 million to respond to calls by its user community for the intelligent assistant to adopt new features and move beyond English-speaking markets. previously raised about $23 million in April 2016. The new funding will bring’s meeting scheduler assistant Amy beyond email t…

The CEO behind virtual PA startup thinks it could become a $100 million business, the company behind the "Amy Ingram" personal assistant that helps eliminate the back-and-forth email exchange that comes with arranging meetings, is launching an enterprise edition. To use the virtual PA — which also comes in an "Andrew Ingram" version and has been ava… targets teams with business edition of its AI scheduling assistant

Artificial intelligence company is expanding beyond serving individual professionals to now include entire teams. Today it launched its business edition, which lets employees use their own virtual assistant to schedule meetings across G Suite, Outlook, and Office 365 calendars. Companies can pa… launches $39 per month pro subscription to its A.I. assistant

Nearly three years ago, the team behind began researching and developing a smart personal assistant to help us schedule meetings and make sense of our calendars. Today, the company’s dream is being realized, as it moves out of beta and launches a professional version of its A.I.-powered assista…’s intelligent meeting scheduler is now open to all has been working for roughly three years to develop the ultimate solution to one of the biggest problems people face in the corporate world: Scheduling meetings. At long last, its intelligent app that automates the process is now available. The next time you’re discussing an upcoming meeting or…’s intelligent meeting scheduler now works with and Office 365 calendars has been in beta for the past two years, but it’s rare to hear users complain about its service or the long waitlist. That’s because its intelligent meeting scheduler works better than most other tools and methods available today. Until now, its AI-based assistant Amy only worked with Google ca… Company Life and Culture

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