Wednesday, 21 February, 2024

VectorShift raises $3M to build AI workflows

VectorShift, the AI automations platform, announced it has raised $3 million in seed funding.

The US-based startup is working to simplify LLM application development with a modular no-code approach.

It does so by providing enterprises from a variety of sectors with an end-to-end AI platform, where users can simply drag and drop components to build, deploy and maintain production-grade LLM workflows, search engines, assistants and automations.

VectorShift can save companies time and effort to focus on more important tasks by handling and automating a large chunk of daily business processes.

Co-founders Alex Leonardi and Albert Mao saw in their previous roles at Blackstone and McKinsey the many hurdles that enterprise organisations face in adopting new technologies and just how complex building robust, integrated AI systems is.

“There are other tools (helping with AI app development), but our main differentiation is the flexibility and readiness for enterprise use cases,” Leonardi told VentureBeat.