Blockchain Allocator SBI Holdings Invest $15M in AntWorks to Expand Asia Presence

Blockchain Allocator SBI Holdings Invest $15M in AntWorks to Expand Asia Presence

 Blockchain Allocator SBI Holdings Invest $15M in AntWorks to Expand Asia Presence
Blockchain Allocator SBI Holdings Invest $15M in AntWorks to Expand Asia Presence

SBI Investments, a subsidiary of SBI Holdings of Japan, has invested $15 million to artificial intelligence (AI) startup AntWorks of Singapore as it signals its expansion in the Asian financial technology (fintech) market.

In a press statement, AntWorks said its Series A funding would fund their next level of growth in artificial intelligence and enterprise (RPA), fortify their sales and marketing engine, drive research and Development, and boost their venture into newer markets.

Asheesh Mehra, founder and group CEO of AntWorks commented:

“When Govind Sandhu and I started AntWorks with a small, passionate group of people, the dream was to create a company that would serve as a catalyst for enterprises on their digitization journey. SBI Holdings reposing this faith in us with both the investment and the joint venture is validation and an opportunity to grow and come into what we have a…

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Published at Sat, 04 Aug 2018 09:40:53 +0000

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