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[Funding alert] CA-based Glean Secures Over $200Million in Series D Round Funding

CA-based Glean secures over $200million in series D round funding. Lead investors in the round were Lightspeed Venture Partners and Kleiner Perkins, with participation from Sequoia Capital, Capital One Ventures, Citi, Databricks Ventures, Workday Ventures, and General Catalyst, as well as new investors Coatue, ICONIQ Growth, IVP, Latitude Capital, and Adams Street.

CA-based Glean secures over $200million in series D round funding. Lead investors in the round were Lightspeed Venture Partners and Kleiner Perkins, with participation from Sequoia Capital, Capital One Ventures, Citi, Databricks Ventures, Workday Ventures, and General Catalyst, as well as new investors Coatue, ICONIQ Growth, IVP, Latitude Capital, and Adams Street.

The cash will be used by the company to accelerate growth as it fulfils enterprise demand for generative AI implementation.

Founded by Tony Gentilcore (Google), Piyush Prahladka (Google, Uber), T.R. Vishwanath (Microsoft, Meta), and Arvind Jain (Google Distinguished Engineer, Rubrik Co-founder), Glean offers an AI-powered work assistant that links and understands the company’s knowledge to bring solutions consumers require.

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It provides LLMs with the most current, pertinent information by using its enterprise search and RAG technology. It also delivers customised responses based on the enterprise knowledge graph of the organisation.

All responses are private, secure, permission-aware, and able to be referred to the original source documents within your company. With more than 100 connectors, Glean offers the installation of a sophisticated AI ecosystem without the need for pricey expert services, data training, or manual fine-tuning.

About Glean

A seasoned group of industry experts and former Google search engineers founded Glean because they couldn’t understand why there wasn’t a simpler way for them to locate the things they needed at work.

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