MondoBrain, a Virginia-based digital decision-making platform that combies human, artificial and collective intelligence in a single interface dedicated to decision makers, closed a $13.3m Series A funding.
The round was led by Japia, with participation from Finamar, and Noreen Harrington, Philipp Simotas and Steven Tye.
The company intends to use the funds to expand its sales and marketing international teams and accelerate product development.
Founded in 2014 by CEO Augustin Huret, who is the inventor of the technology, MondoBrain provides an Artificial Intelligence driven solution for decision making which enables performance monitoring in every public or private industries such as banking, industries, space & aeronautics, pharmaceuticals, asset management & finances, supply chains, marketing, retail, R&D, risk, fraud, compliance.
The company currently serves more than 50 enterprise customers including BNP Paribas, Airbus, Johnson&Johnson, Sanofi, and Safran, among others.
It has almost 30 employees in Virginia, New York, Washington and Paris.