Invisible, a NYC-based company introducing a new way for people to get work done, raised $2.6M in seed funding.
Backers included Backed Ventures, Loup Ventures, Horizons Alpha, and Day One Ventures and angel investors Mark Pincus, Siraj Khaliq, Howard Morgan, Charlie Songhurst, and Lee Linden.
Led by Francis Pedraza, CEO and co-founder, Invisible brings an artificially intelligent bot together with a real human workforce enabling people to automate and outsource nearly any task. With Invisible, users outsource their work to real humans, known as Agents, by emailing, texting, or calling their AI bot who delegates and manages the tasks to completion. The Agents, who are thoroughly vetted and individually-trained, can complete more than 1,000 processes and counting on Invisible’s Digital Assembly Line.
Invisible starts at $10/hour to complete nearly any process, such as:
– Bringing an inbox to zero
– Populating and managing a hiring or fundraising funnel
– Booking travel arrangements
– Compiling a monthly expense report
– Scraping LinkedIn and other websites
More comprehensive processes such as tracking trademark usage, checking GDPR compliance, and managing monthly bookkeeping, are capped at $40/hour. Invisible’s Agents are trained to complete more than 1,000 processes and counting.