Mumbai-based smart calling & qualifying platform Callify.ai said on Tuesday that it has raised a seed funding Rs 4.2 Crores. The funding cycle is led by Malpani Ventures with the participation of prominent investors like Calega Ventures, The Chennai Angel Network, and Marvari Angel Network.
Founded in 2016 by Chetan Indap, Callify is an industrial independent technology, Voice-based, for working professionals that allows them to automate their daily outbound phone interactions with cutting-edge technologies like voice AI and the virtual assistant. The platform enables users to filter leads without calling, increase closing rates, reduce cost per hire, and perform performance data analytics, eliminating over 70% of lost or unproductive time.
With this funding, Callify aims to reinforce the advantage of its pioneer in the field of HR technologies before replicating its core engine to handle use cases in several industries. Callify currently works with major global brands such as Infosys, Accenture, NTT Data, HDFC Bank, Orange Telecom, ICICI Prudential, HCL, Kelly Services, and Allegis, among others.
Speaking about the investment, Chetan Indap, CEO of Callify, said “We are pleased that some of India's leading investment institutions have confidence in our value proposition and the team's ability to achieve expected growth. This funding only validates that we are on the right path and motivates us to continue working toward sour long-term goal”.