Chennai, June 2022:Twixor invited to the World Economic Forum 2022 at Davos as part of the Tamil Nadu-based start-up delegation. Twixor, a low-code no-code conversational AI and process automation platform participated in Davos, in the backdrop of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meet recently. It is the foremost gathering of leaders from business and government and civil society coming together, with over 2,500 participants this year. It’s trying to make the world a little bit better place to live, and also to make sure that we can find some solutions to the most pressing challenges that we are facing today. India too had a huge presence this year, with a prominent India Lounge and many state lounges on the Davos Promenade.
Twixor was privileged to have been chosen to represent the Tamil Nadu tech ecosystem at the World Economic Forum this year. Twixorw as a member of the Umagine Lounge in Davos, which brings together the country’s most significant technology leaders. The convergence of tech from across the spectrum provided an opportunity for the exchange of innovative ideas and building partnerships. The Twixor platform, that simplifies development of personalized engagement to streamline businesses’ workflows and operations, was developed at the IIT Madras Research Park (IITMRP) campus, and has significant operations in India, with offices in Chennai and other locations.
Commenting on the occasion, Ashok Anand, Founder & CEO, Twixor said, “We are both humbled and excited to be a part of such an incredible experience. Twixor started its journey with the goal of assisting businesses and creating a better customer experience that delivers easy solutions. Our aim is to accelerate enterprise digital transformation by providing various intelligent automation tools that seamlessly engage with customers.”
He further added, “We had the opportunity to meet leading CEOs, industry champions, senior ministers, government representatives, investors, entrepreneurs, and the media in Davos, while demonstrating how technology is driving innovation and nurturing the tech ecosystem in the state.”
Twixor will also be taking part in the Umagine Summit, a three-day technology and innovation summit in Chennai on September 21 and 23, 2022, hosted by the Tamil Nadu government. Umagine will explore areas such as Climate Tech, HealthTech, Edtech, Agritech, Web 3.0 and Deep Tech, Smart Infrastructure, Smart and Green Manufacturing, Biotech, Platforms, and others.
Twixor has also recently closed their Series A round from Season Two Ventures, Axilor Ventures, and The Chennai Angels. The investment came at a strategic moment in the brand’s growth journey.
Twixor is a low-code no-code conversational AI and process automation platform, with 6 global patents, and over a 100 clients across banking, financial services, insurance, healthcare, travel and retail. The platform helps drive customer acquisition, engagement and support, via seamless, low-friction multi-lingual app-less transactions – in contrast to a physical office, website, mobile app, or call centers – all of which have varying degrees of friction. This leads to a significant impact on customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, and cost of acquisition, service, and retention.