Sales-tech company Tölve raises 2.6 MSEK
Tölve has raised 2.6 MSEK from investors like Anders Göransson at Soläng Invest, Softhouse Invest and former CEO of Telge, Kjell Hasslert. The capital will be used to launch the company’s self-learning sales platform and establish Tölve on the Swedish market.
Tölve’s SaaS service, an AI-based “sales assistant”, helps sales professionals to identify new potential customers using predictive analysis and AI processes. The sales assistant also collects relevant information about the potential customers, such as all available financial information and media referrals.
– One of the exciting things with Tölve is that we have the potential to free up to 30 percent of a sales professional’s working day. From today spending 1-2 hours a day looking for new customers, we can do this job for the sales professional in no time, using predictive analysis and AI processes, allowing him or her to spend more time in dialogue with the customer and closing deals, says Azra Rahmanovic, CEO of Tölve.
Kjell Hasslert, former CEO of Telge, has long experience from leading sales organizations and sees great potential in Tölve’s platform.
– When got in contact with Tölve, I immediately understood how they could increase the efficiency of the sales work. It is also something very thrilling with the opportunities of applying artificial intelligence in this area, said Kjell Hasslert.
– We are very pleased that the capital round is finalised. With the investment and the experience we get through our new financiers, we are now well equipped for launching the platform in September and for our continued journey, said Azra Rahmanovic.
Tölve was founded in February 2016 with the vision of introducing artificial intelligence and predictive analysis in the sales industry. The Tölve team has recently expanded with several employees within both sales and technical development.
Tölve was accepted to Sting’s Incubate program in autumn 2016.
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