Pryon, a startup using AI to uncover insights from enterprise data, has just secured a significant $100 million in funding.
This boost will fuel their expansion, team growth, and global presence, as well as strengthen key partnerships.
Pryon’s founder, Igor Jablokov, previously led AI research at IBM and created Yap, acquired by Amazon for Alexa development.
Unlike a voice assistant, Pryon acts as a versatile “knowledge fabric” that processes various forms of data for easy searching.
It’s rivals Amazon’s Kendra, boasting faster, more accurate indexing capabilities.
Pryon’s approach allows seamless integration with existing systems, ensuring privacy and ownership of data.
With notable clients like Dell, Nvidia, and Westinghouse, Pryon is making waves in the enterprise AI space.