Seattle-based Large Language Models (LLM) automation platform Fixie recently announced that it has raised $17 million in seed funding. The funding round was led by Redpoint Ventures, with participation from Madrona Venture Group, Zetta Venture Partners, SignalFire, Bloomberg Beta and Kearny Jackson. Angel investors, who are current and former executives from Google, Amazon and Apple, also participated in the round.
The funds will be used to expand the team by hiring multiple positions in Seattle, including engineering, product and developer positions. The company aims to expand the reach of its platform. Led by CEO Matt Welsh, Fixie provides a cloud-hosted platform for building, hosting and scaling natural language agents that can be integrated with any tools, data sources and APIs. The platform can be used to automate business processes, build natural language understanding into existing products, answer questions about data hosted behind APIs and more.
Fixie includes more than 30 built-in agents that provide access to a wide range of systems and tools, including databases, complex APIs like GitHub, productivity tools like Google Calendar, and public data sources like web search and Twitter. The Fixie Agent SDK makes it easy to create agents that can be deployed in the cloud with one click.
The Fixie platform has a wide range of use cases including customer support, business automation, business intelligence, content creation and CRM automation. Its ability to integrate with various tools and APIs makes it a versatile platform that can be customized to meet each client’s specific needs.
The success of Fixie’s seed funding round highlights the growing importance of automation in the business world, especially for companies looking for ways to make processes more efficient and streamlined. Thanks to the additional funding, Fixie is well positioned to continue innovation in the LLM space and expand its reach to a wider range of clients.