AirOps has announced a $7 million seed funding round to bring GPT-4-powered tools to the workplace

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AirOps, a firm that helps businesses develop powerful, easy-to-use AI-powered apps, announced a seed fundraising round of $7 million led by Wing VC, with participation from Founder Collective, XFund, Village Global, Apollo Projects, and Lachy Groom. The funds will be used to expand its product suite, support new hires, and expand its customer base.

Businesses and teams of all sizes may use AirOps to scale the deployment of strong, task-specific AI solutions within their existing systems and processes. AirOps Apps enable non-technical business users to automate processes, derive insights from data, develop tailored content, and execute natural language processing techniques such as text categorization and sentiment analysis in minutes.

AirOps uses numerous AI models, including GPT-3, GPT-4, and Claude, to assist consumers maximize the combination of performance, speed, and cost they require, without requiring users to stay up to date on the newest AI advancements.

Users can utilize AirOps to incorporate task-specific AI capabilities throughout their workflow via Chrome extensions, Web apps, Google Sheets, data warehouses, or anywhere else via API. Gather Vacations (Real Estate), Bambee (HR Software), Daisie (E-Learning), and other Financial Services firms are already using AirOps to automate complex activities, streamline workflows, and generate fresh content at scale.

AirOps provides a collection of powerful and simple AI-powered Apps that anybody can personalize and integrate into their existing workflows.

AirOps, founded by Alex Halliday, Berna Gonzalez, and Matt Hammel, enables customers to go beyond ChatGPT by automating processes, collecting insights from data, creating high-quality content, and more.

AirOps is headquartered in Miami and has received $7 million in venture capital from investors such as Wing VC, Founder Collective, XFund, Village Global, Apollo Projects, and Lachy Groom.

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