Builder.ai Stock

builder.aiEnterprise Software / Software DevelopmentFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $430.3MM

Builder.ai is an AI-enabled application-building software that can create custom apps and in-app ecommerce experiences. Builder Studio™ can develop applications for financial services, retail, education, automotive, and more industries. Builder.ai was founded in 2012 by Sachin Duggal and Saurabh Dhoot and is headquartered in London, England.

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Team

Management Team

Sachin Duggal
Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer
Andres Elizondo
Chief Financial Officer
Joseph Norena
Chief Operating Officer
Saurabh Dhoot
Co-Founder

Board Members

Amit Anand
Jungle Ventures
Jeffrey Horing
Insight Partners
Manu Gupta
Lakestar
Stephen Nundy
Lakestar

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News Highlights

Modular app-building platform Builder.ai raises $250 million Series D funding
It was only recently that we reported Builder.ai had signed a strategic collaboration with an undisclosed investment from Microsoft. Builder’s “Natasha” AI will be shortly available to users of Teams. But it appears the startup is on something of a roll. It’s now announced a $250 million Series D funding led by the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA).
We’re in the AOL phase of artificial intelligence, tech CEO says, as industry raves about A.I.
Sachin Duggal, co-founder, and CEO of Builder.ai, told CNBC Friday that we’ve only just begun to imagine what’s possible with AI. “We’re only in the AOL world of AI still,” Duggal told CNBC in an interview. “There is this perception we’re in the fiber optic world of AI. We’re far from it.”
Builder.ai CEO Sachin Dev Duggal Wants to Make Creating Apps As Easy And Quick As Ordering A Pizza With His Artificial Intelligence-Powered No-Code Platform
With a vision to make app creation simpler for small business owners, office managers, business analysts and others, Builder.ai has assimilated certain techniques to help users save money as well as time.
Updated on: Apr 13, 2024

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