Schneider Electric and Claltech were among the investors that took the automated customer service platform’s total funding to $110m.
US-based customer service automation platform Aquant secured $70m on Wednesday in a series C round featuring Claltech, a subsidiary of conglomerate Access Industries, and electronics producer Schneider Electric. Qumra Capital led the round, which was filled out by Insight Partners, Pitango Growth, Lightspeed Venture Partners and Angular Ventures while Schneider Electric invested through its corporate…
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