Winn.AI team.

Winn.AI secures $17 million Seed funding for real-time AI sales assistant

The Israeli startup’s platform unobtrusively monitors sales calls and captures key data so salespeople don't need to take notes or manually update the CRM

Israeli sales-tech startup, Winn.AI, announced on Thursday that it has raised $17 million in Seed funding from global software investor Insight Partners and Israeli venture capital firm S-Capital.
Founded in November 2021 by sales tech entrepreneur Eldad Postan Koren and cybersecurity expert Bar Haleva, Winn.AI offers a real-time AI assistant that helps sales teams win more deals with less hassle through its real-time tracking, capturing, and CRM updating features.
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Winn.AI team.
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Winn.AI relieves salespeople of administrative busywork so that they can focus on their customers. The platform unobtrusively monitors sales calls and captures key data, so salespeople can stay on track without needing to take notes or manually update the CRM.
“In just nine months, we recruited a world-class team and exceptional investors to solve one of the most recognized problems in the world of sales,” said CEO and Co-founder of Winn.AI, Postan-Koren. “This Seed round will allow us to continue improving our deep technology while accelerating our sales and marketing efforts.”

When asked about the motivation for creating a real-time AI assistant targeted at sales teams, Postan-Koren explained: “I have learned first-hand the challenges of leading a sales team. I'd write a playbook but then be forced to chase my team to use it. I wanted to build a tool to cut out the hassle and help salespeople and their leaders win more.”
The new investment will be used to develop, market, and launch the product. Winn.AI is based in Tel Aviv and has 25 employees.