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Intella raises $3.4M to advance Arabic Voice technology in the DeepTech sector

Intella raises $3.4M to advance Arabic Voice technology in the DeepTech sector
Mayssae Ajzannay
Mayssae Ajzannay

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Intella secures $3.4 Million for AI voice expansion in the Middle East.

Intella's Arabic Voice recognition surpasses Big Tech with 95.73% accuracy.

Newly acquired funds to solidify Intella's leadership in Arabic Voice innovation.

Intella, a deep tech firm from Egypt now based in Saudi Arabia, has raised $3.4 million in a pre-Series A funding round to enhance its AI voice services throughout the Middle East. The investment round was spearheaded by HALA Ventures and Wa'ed Ventures, with contributions from Sanabil 500 and INSEAD Angels.

The funding will support Intella's growth in Saudi Arabia, its recent relocation destination. Intella's CEO and Co-founder, Nour Taher, mentioned to StartupScene, "Saudi Arabia is rapidly emerging as a tech innovation center. Our expansion aligns seamlessly with this trend. The nation is leading in regional technological progress."

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After evaluating over 30,000 hours of audio, Intella's Arabic voice recognition achieved a remarkable 95.73% accuracy rate, surpassing major tech competitors. "We've set new standards with our voice tech customized for Arabic nuances. We're now transitioning from just transcription to audio analytics, encompassing summary creation, emotion assessment, topic identification, and call evaluation," stated Omar Mansour, Co-founder and CTO of Intella. "We're truly redefining the AI voice capabilities in our area."

This fresh capital injection will enable Intella to expand its geographical presence, enhance product offerings, and fortify its position as a pioneer in Arabic voice technology.

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