Kudo Funded $6M for Enhancement Conference Platform


Now 2020, the conference platforms that anything related to video chatting to facilitate remote work are genuinely in demand because of the pandemic.

Kudo is a startup company in Manhattan for multilingual video chatting and conferencing tool with built-in support for translators and multiple audio streams.

Kudo was funded $6 million led by Felicis Ventures, ID8 Investments, Global Founders Capital, Advancit Capital, and AirAngels.

The fund will be using to grow the planning, product, and customer progress teams. Kudo also hopes to improve the superior security and user-friendliness that led the United Nations, the World Bank, Interpol, and other large multilateral organizations to choose it over more popular but less dependable web conferencing solutions.

The pandemic and the ensuing global lockdown to fight its spread have used one specialty niche of the web conferencing business into a booming subcategory. And Kudo seems to be heading the way.

According to Fardad Zabetian, Kudo’s founder and CEO, Kudo provides a self-serve SaaS video conferencing solution, created a fully equipped virtual multilingual conference room in the cloud. People listen and speak in their language, while expert interpreters render what the participants say into many other words. Interpreters join to these virtual conferences from their homes or a growing network of Kudo studios worldwide.

The platform is ready to scale after boarding more than 7,500 professional interpreters from over 80 countries and crossing more than 70 languages. In addition to language, Kudo extends mission-critical characteristics like parliamentary voting and polling, document distribution, and sign language interpreting, making it one of the most comprehensive web conferencing contributions on the business today.

This company has become a leading device for multilingual online conferences and a necessary business continuity partner for international organizations, national governments, and Fortune 500 companies.

By: K.Tagura

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