Conversation Analytics Startup Gong.io Raises $40 Million
Gong.io’s technology provides sales representatives with real-time insights into their interactions with customers by analyzing recorded phone calls
Israel-based conversation analytics startup Gong.io Ltd. has raised $40 million in a series B funding round, bringing the company’s total funding raised to $68 million, Gong.io announced Thursday.In December, Gong.io won Calcalist’s and Microsoft’s second annual artificial intelligence and big data startup competition. The award included a visit to Microsoft's Seattle headquarters and an invitation to take part in Calcalist’s 2019 Berlin conference to be held later this month.
The round was led by Boston-headquartered Venture capital firm Battery Ventures LP, with participation from existing investors including California-based Norwest Venture Partners, Check Point co-founder Shlomo Kramer, and Cisco Investments.
Gong co-founders Eilon Reshef (right) and Amit Bendov. Photo: PR
Based in Herzliya, a town in the Tel Aviv area, Gong.io’s technology provides sales representatives with real-time insights into their interactions with customers by analyzing recorded phone calls to track keywords and topics within a conversation.
Gong.io serves around 150 clients including LinkedIn and Pinterest, according to company statements.