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Bengaluru-based Unbxd raises $12.5 million led by Eight Roads Ventures

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It will invest a portion of capital raised in its latest round for improving its AI platform

BS Reporter  |  Bengaluru  June 19, 2017 Last Updated at 18:14 IST

Bengaluru-based product discovery platform for e-commerce has raised $12.5 million in fresh funding led by Eight Roads Ventures, the investment arm of financial services firm Fidelity International Limited.

Existing investors IDG Ventures, Inventus Capital Partners, and Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan also participated in the round. Avendus Capital was the advisor to for the Series C round.

“Traditional rules-based e-commerce technology is hard for retailers to manage while also delivering a poor experience for their shoppers. With a better AI solution in place, retailers are more competitive because shoppers can more easily buy what they seek,” said Pavan Sondur, co-founder and CEO of Unbxd, in a statement.

will invest a substantial portion of the capital raised in its latest round for improving its AI platform, which it says allows e-tailers convert anywhere between 15-40 per cent of customers who might have dropped off due to poor product discovery on their platforms.

The firm says its proprietary Intelligence Engine today captures and processes more than 50 shopper data signals, to power personalised search, navigation and product recommendations on e-commerce sites. Apart from investing in technology, it will also open new offices in and

has a great product/market fit, and now is the right time to accelerate its go-to-market strategy. E-commerce product discovery tools represent a multi-billion-dollar opportunity globally and is well positioned to emerge as a leader in the space,” said Raj Dugar, Managing Partner,

counts US-based e-commerce firms such as Ashley HomeStore, Express and FreshDirect as its customers, helping it grow by over 400 per cent in the last one year.

Bengaluru-based Unbxd raises $12.5 million led by Eight Roads Ventures

It will invest a portion of capital raised in its latest round for improving its AI platform

> Bengaluru-based product discovery platform for e-commerce Unbxd has raised $12.5 million in fresh funding led by Eight Roads Ventures, the investment arm of financial services firm Fidelity International Limited. Existing investors IDG Ventures, Inventus Capital Partners, Nirvana Ventures and Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan also participated in the round. Avendus Capital was the advisor to Unboxd for the Series C round. “Traditional rules-based e-commerce technology is hard for retailers to manage while also delivering a poor experience for their shoppers. With a better AI solution in place, retailers are more competitive because shoppers can more easily buy what they seek,” said Pavan Sondur, co-founder and CEO of Unbxd, in a statement. Unboxd will invest a substantial portion of the capital raised in its latest round for improving its AI platform, which it says allows e-tailers convert anywhere between 15-40 per cent of customers who might have dropped off due to poor …

Bengaluru-based product discovery platform for e-commerce has raised $12.5 million in fresh funding led by Eight Roads Ventures, the investment arm of financial services firm Fidelity International Limited.

Existing investors IDG Ventures, Inventus Capital Partners, and Infosys co-founder Kris Gopalakrishnan also participated in the round. Avendus Capital was the advisor to for the Series C round.

“Traditional rules-based e-commerce technology is hard for retailers to manage while also delivering a poor experience for their shoppers. With a better AI solution in place, retailers are more competitive because shoppers can more easily buy what they seek,” said Pavan Sondur, co-founder and CEO of Unbxd, in a statement.

will invest a substantial portion of the capital raised in its latest round for improving its AI platform, which it says allows e-tailers convert anywhere between 15-40 per cent of customers who might have dropped off due to poor product discovery on their platforms.

The firm says its proprietary Intelligence Engine today captures and processes more than 50 shopper data signals, to power personalised search, navigation and product recommendations on e-commerce sites. Apart from investing in technology, it will also open new offices in and

has a great product/market fit, and now is the right time to accelerate its go-to-market strategy. E-commerce product discovery tools represent a multi-billion-dollar opportunity globally and is well positioned to emerge as a leader in the space,” said Raj Dugar, Managing Partner,

counts US-based e-commerce firms such as Ashley HomeStore, Express and FreshDirect as its customers, helping it grow by over 400 per cent in the last one year.

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