In today’s data-driven economy, we increasingly need to discover new methods to deal with substantial data and information. One company that will transform how information overload is managed is New York-based Agolo, a leading summarization platform for enterprise. Agolo’s AI engines can analyze thousands of documents daily and generate human-readable summaries in real-time. As mentioned in the “Agolo attracts Microsoft and Google funding with AI-powered summarization tools” article by TechCrunch, Agolo helps automate the process of ‘summarization’, pulling in The Associated Press, a pioneering and huge news organization, as a flagship client. Agolo is able to summarize quickly and accurately, producing an AI-powered summary that is broadcast and enterprise-quality.
Tensility is elated to announce that we are leading a $3 MM investment in Agolo, the leader in enterprise scale summarization of textual data. We are enthusiastic to work with Agolo, and our co-investors Microsoft and Google, to enable users to consume large volumes of data and information more efficiently to spend more time on higher-value business activities. Agolo fights information overload through AI-powered summarizations. Agolo has assembled the largest dataset of human-written summaries in existence to power its neural network training. Using Natural Language Processing (NLP), Agolo’s technology analyzes content, identifies different subjects, and draws connection between them.
Media companies use the product to deliver personalized summaries of topics interested to users. Voice assistant platforms can generate voice content to deploy hyper localized, listenable summaries for their customers. Similarly, financial advisors deliver news summaries customized to the stocks in clients’ portfolios. Moreover, enterprises can use Agolo to generate search-based summarization across a variety of documents in their data lake.
Agolo was founded by Sage Wohns and Mohamed Al Tantawy. We are confident their team of NLP and software engineers has the business and academic experience to tackle this complex information overload problem. Tensility is impressed by their level of expertise and we are excited to work with Agolo to address information overload.