Seattle-based fintech startup Attunely raises $9M in funding to use machine learning to maximize revenue recovery
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Attunely, a Seattle-based fintech startup that produces machine learning models for debt collection, reducing waste, and improving recovery yield, today announced it has closed $9 million in new capital which includes an earlier seed round as well as a Series A investment. The round was backed by Framework Venture Partners, Anthos Capital, Vulcan Capital, and additional independent investors as well.
Attunely provides a machine learning platform that makes the recovery of receivables easy, seamless, and profitable thus improving outcomes for creditors, lowering risk in the credit ecosystem, and facilitating a better consumer experience. The company has developed behavioral and economic models trained and tested on over 100 million interactions and decades of collection history.
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