Tome Stock

beta.tome.appEnterprise Software / Communication & Collaboration softwareFounded: 2020Funding to Date: $81.15MM

Tome is the AI-powered storytelling format for work and important ideas. Tome combines intuitive design with live content and powerful functionality.

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News Highlights

Tome CEO Keith Peiris built popular AI productivity tool
Tome, a storytelling tool that uses generative AI models, has reached 1 million users less than five months after its launch, outpacing platforms like Dropbox and Slack. Co-founded by Keith Peiris, the platform allows creators to generate narratives and visuals within seconds. After a Series B round led by Lightspeed Venture Partners, Tome was valued at $300 million.
AI storytelling startup Tome records fast user growth, to launch paid tier soon
AI storytelling startup Tome has seen its user base triple to 3 million in a month and plans to launch a paid subscription soon. The company is also adding a document-to-presentation feature powered by GPT-4, a model released by Microsoft-backed OpenAI. The growth comes after Tome raised $43 million in a funding round last month, valuing the company at $300 million.
Storytelling at the Cost of Zero. Why Lightspeed is leading a $43M Series B in Tome
Lightspeed Venture Partners is leading a $43M Series B funding round in Tome, an AI-powered storytelling platform. The platform aims to democratise creativity by reducing the friction between idea and execution, and has become the fastest-growing productivity company to reach 1M users. The funding will be used to further develop Tome's innovative presentation format and AI capabilities.
Updated on: May 18, 2024

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