Gyana raises USD 3.9 mn funding from Twitter co-founder Biz Stone, others
Gyana plans to use the latest round of funding to support growing its product user base, while aiding expansion across Europe and India soon, a statement said.
The company's AI tool is being used by industries ranging from property to retail and consulting. Its clients include Vodafone, Barclays, EY, Pret a Manger, Knight Frank and the UK Ministry of Defence.
"We see no-code in a similar light to the use of translation services for languages. Not everyone on the planet is suited to being a developer, and even though newer generations are becoming more computer literate, we think there will still be a limited pool of professional high-level developers,"Joyeeta Das, co-founder of Gyana, said.
She added that as businesses become increasingly tech-heavy, there is a growing need for no-code platforms to take the burden off of developer teams."We are also considering entering the Indian market soon as we see a huge market there," she added. SR RUJ
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