Agolo

Agolo

An artificial intelligence company developing a platform that helps analysts process and understand information.

Agolo is an artificial intelligence company developing a software platform that helps analysts process and understand information to make strategic decisions that is headquartered in New York City, New York and was founded in 2013 by Mohamed AlTantawy and Sage Wohns. The Agolo platform is capable of scanning, organizing, and summarizing information.

Agolo's platform uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and natural language processing to sort unstructured data and create summaries in real-time. The platform can also analyze content, identify different subjects and draw connections. Agolo's platform works to increase coverage with summaries around equities or macroeconomic trends to offer finance and intelligence professionals an understanding of a large amount of news for investment decisions.

Funding

Seed

On June 3, 2013 Agolo completed their seed funding round with $40,000 in funding from Entrepreneurs Rountable Accelerator. On February 28, 2014 Agolo expanded their seed funding with $50,000 from The Eugene Lang Entrepreneurship Center. On August 28, 2015 Agolo expanded their seed funding with an undisclosed amount of funding from Thomson Reuters and Dentsu Ventures. On May 3, 2017 Agolo expanded their seed funding with $3.5 million in funding from M12 (lead investor), CRV (lead investor), Point72 Ventures, Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, Arab Angel Fund, and Franklin Templeton.

Venture

On June 25, 2019 Agolo completed a venture funding round with an undisclosed amount of funding from Tensility Venture Partners, Microsoft, and Google.

Timeline

March 30, 2020

Agolo's query-based summarization helps medical professionals get faster answers from the COVID-19 Dataset

July 23, 2019

Agolo attracts Microsoft and Google funding with AI-powered summarization tools

May 2017

Agolo raises a $3,500,000 seed round from Point72 Ventures, Microsoft Ventures and Franklin Templeton Investments.

August 1, 2016

Agolo Summarization Platform Integrates with Microsoft OneDrive

June 17, 2013

Sage Wohns and Agolo take part in ER Accelerator.

June 3, 2013

Agolo raises a $40,000 seed round from Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator.

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People

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Role
LinkedIn

Abanoub Amgad

Search and Ranking Engineer

Abdelrhaman Taha

Natural Language Processing Engineer

Abdelsalam Abbas

Site Reliability Engineer

Abdulaziz Almulla

Investor

Ahmed Elhady

Applications Lead Engineer

Alp Tilev

Advisor

Barry Graubart

Head of Product

Cuong Hoang

Natural Language Processing Scientist

Diaa Mohsen

Natural Language Processing Engineer

Fenil Dedhia

Product Lead for Speakable and Customer Success

Ismail Sabry

APIs and Microservices Engineer

Joyce Shen

Investor

Julian Norton

Employee

Karim Tawfik

Data Engineer

Kenneth Tan Xin You

Employee

Kyrillos Ishak

Search and Ranking Engineer

Mahmoud Saada

Employee

Mohamed AlTantawy

Founder and CTO

Mohamed Mostafa

Javascript Engineer

Nobuhiro Ariyasu

Investor

Prem Ganeshkumar

Employee

Randa Mostafa

Data Engineer

Sage Wohns

Founder and CEO

Sherif Sabry

Employee

Siva Hota

Head of Sales and Customer Success

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Further reading

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Agolo - Agolo uses artificial intelligence to create summaries from your information in real-time

Web

Agolo attracts Microsoft and Google funding with AI-powered summarization tools

Devin Coldewey

Web

July 23, 2019

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Devin Coldewey
July 23, 2019
TechCrunch
As the ways we consume content multiply and change, media creators are hard pressed to adapt their methods to take advantage. Short-form audio and video news is one growing but labor-intensive niche -- and Agolo aims to help automate the process, pulling in the AP as a client and Microsoft, Google, and Tensility as investors.

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