CallVU, an Israel-based developer of mobile digital platforms for contact centers, said it has raised $3 million from a group of investors led by Liberty Global Ventures, the VC arm of Liberty Global, After Dox Angel Investment Group, 2B Angels and NICE.
CallVU said it will use the funds and a partnership with NICE, a big data company, to develop a joint approach aimed at expanding CallVU's reach and to expand abroad.
CallVU said its platform targets the need to divert customers to mobile digital self-service, and counts banks, credit card companies and telecom carriers among its customers.
"Our primary objective at Liberty Global Ventures is to discover new, innovative and interesting solutions that are directly relevant to our core business," Bruce Dines, vice president of Liberty Global Investment Group, said in a statement. "CallVU certainly fits into that category, and we are excited to support the company as it differentiates itself in both feature/functionality, customer service and digital engagement."
Here’s a somewhat dated video about CallVU
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