Gyde, Pune-based startup raises $250K in Seed funding round

It's main aim is to make the software users more effective and successful

Gyde, a startup based in Pune has raised USD 250 thousand in seed funding from Better Capital and Ashish Achrekar, Chief Executive Officer of Rica Analytics Inc.

 

The startup that has built a set of Artificial Intelligence based tools to educate software users to drive actions for better on-boarding, adoption, engagement and customer success.

 

Gyde plans to stimulate the product development, acquire customers globally and deliver personalised help to a vibrant community of software, with this funding.

 

Gyde was founded by Prasanna Vaidya and Shubham Deshmukh in 2019 and has been working with enterprises and growing companies with a vision to assist software users.

 

It's main aim is to make the software users more effective and successful that in-turn will help businesses to realize productivity profits from their digital investments faster.

 

The product currently affiliates with web-based, android & iOS applications.

 

Prasanna Vaidya, Gyde CEO & Co-founder said, "Businesses understand that providing to-the-point, personalized assistance to the application users is the key to achieve digital transformation in office+remote work environment."

 

 

He added that user assistance is now at the core of their strategy while utilizing and managing the applications for their employees, vendors, contractors, agents and everyone.

 

Vaibhav Domkundwar of Better Capital, an early backer of breakout companies like Open, Teachmint, Khatabook, Vauld and others said that Gyde is redefining the Microsoft Paperclip for the modern world where digitization is at an all-time high and companies struggle to help their users keep rhythm with the new applications and workflows.

 

Domkundwar said, "We partnered with Prasanna and Shubham at the founding stage and are excited to see them build Gyde into a category leader.”

 

Gyde serves to mid-sized enterprises, cloud-based applications and homegrown applications and others looking for improvement in user productivity.

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