Chorus.ai Announces $33M Series B Financing

On behalf of the entire Chorus team, I’m proud to share that we’ve raised a $33M Series B financing, bringing our total funding to over $50M. Georgian Partners led the round with participation from our existing investors, Redpoint Ventures and Emergence Capital. We are excited to welcome Simon Chong, Managing Partner at Georgian to our board. You can read more about our announcement here.


“Maintaining high-quality sales conversations as you scale a sales organization is hard for many companies, but key to delivering predictable revenue growth. Chorus.ai’s Conversation Intelligence platform solves that challenge with a market-leading solution that is easy-to-use and delivers best-in-class results. Chorus works with some of the best sales teams in the world and they love the product. We are very excited to partner on their next phase of growth as they help world class sales teams reach higher quota attainment and efficiency.”   

-Simon Chong, Managing Partner at Georgian and new Chorus Board Member

 

We started Chorus.ai with the goal of helping every Sales and Customer Success team and rep exceed their plan through better business conversations. Since then, we’ve worked with thousands of sales reps, analyzed millions of conversations, and are impacting over $1B in sales pipeline each month.

Our Series B will go into improving and adding capabilities for our market leading product while growing our go-to-market team so we can introduce Chorus to more great companies. We can’t wait to show you what we have in store!


Thank you! Chorus wouldn’t exist without you and your support. We’re grateful for the opportunity to create a better product and customer experience so that each of you exceed plan.


Please keep your feedback and wishlist coming. As Jeff Bezos says, this is still Day 1.


With gratitude,


Roy

CEO & Co-Founder

 

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