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[Funding News] WA-based Tektonic AI Secures $10Million in Funding

Tektonic AI, a company developing GenAI agents for enterprise processes, secures $10million in funding. The round was led by Madrona and Point72 Ventures.

Tektonic AI, a company developing GenAI agents for enterprise processes, secures $10million in funding. The round was led by Madrona and Point72 Ventures.

The company plans to use the money to grow operations and to work with clients who are design partners in its growth initiatives.

Tektonic AI, led by CEO Nic Surpatanu and David Hsu, offers GenAI agents for business operations, allowing companies to do away with tedious activities.

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Information workers can use it to interact with GenAI agents—which combine data and streamline tasks across systems and applications—using natural language. The agents apply business rules, modify processes to fit the context and intent of the business, and produce outputs that are correct and under control.

It is initially concentrated on sales and revenue operations, but they envision broad applicability for their agents. This entails less dependence on deal-desk and other expert teams, faster task completion and decision-making, and simplified enablement for sales and revenue teams.

About Tektonic

Tektonic is a relatively new startup in this field. The startup is emerging from stealth, combining more conventional symbolic methods with GenAI. Nic Surpatanu, a former executive at Tanium, UiPath, and Microsoft, co-founded Tektonic.

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