Levity, a Berlin-based AI startup developing no-code tools for workflow automation, has announced the beta platform that enables ‘knowledge workers’ (most people who work at a desk on a computer) to automate tedious tasks. One of its early customers, Hear.com, reports each employee on its operations team saves eight hours per week.
The German company has also raised $1.7 million in a pre-seed funding round led by Angular Ventures with participation from System.One, Discovery Ventures (founders of SumUp), Martin Henk (founder of Pipedrive) and various additional angel investors.
Levity’s platform allows users to design AI-powered workflows that recognize and classify documents, images or text by simply dropping examples of their data into the system and training custom solutions. These can then be integrated with hundreds of other tools like Gmail, Dropbox, and Slack. At the same time, the software takes care of the AI and automation aspects, which would alternatively have to be handled by a data science team.
Founded in 2018, the company has an internationally distributed team and is hiring in marketing and engineering.
Photo: Levity founders Thilo Hüllmann and Gero Keil