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Zvolv enabling enterprises deploy AI and automation features raises $2M in funding

Sumit Vishwakarma
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Hyperautomation startup Zvolv has raised $2 million in a strategic funding round led by Silverneedle Ventures, with participation from existing investors, JSW Ventures. The startup aims to enhance its low-code/no-code (LCNC) hyperautomation capabilities and integrate generative AI tools into its offerings.

Who are the founders 

Founded in 2018 by Hardik Gandhi and Sujoy Chakravarty, who were former employees at Apple and Texas Instruments, respectively, Zvolv has become a prominent figure in the LCNC hyperautomation space.

The startup recently unveiled the 'Z-wall', a generative AI trust orchestration engine, alongside the latest version of its LCNC Hyperautomation Microservices Platform.


Enabling enterprises to integrate AI and automation 

It allows enterprises to quickly integrate AI and automation features into their products and services, utilizing generative AI securely and on a large scale. Furthermore, Zvolv offers over 100 solution accelerators for various sectors, including retail operations/expansion, supply chain management, and HR/Finance operations.

These accelerators enable businesses to address their operational inefficiencies swiftly and cost-effectively, significantly reducing the time and expense associated with traditional code-based development methods.

Expanding technological capabilities

The startup aims to leverage the new funds to expand its technological capabilities and strengthen its market presence, particularly in the United States. Zvolv's innovative platform facilitates rapid application development and integration, driving efficiency gains across various enterprise applications.

With a focus on expanding its offerings in the US market, Zvolv plans to collaborate with resellers and establish a direct presence, particularly targeting the healthcare sector. 

"We are extremely excited to bring on board Silverneedle Ventures as partners, especially as we expand further into the US healthcare space," stated Hardik Gandhi, CEO of Zvolv. 

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