By VC News Daily

SEATTLE, WA, Tektonic AI, a company developing GenAI agents for enterprise processes, today announced $10 million in funding led by Madrona and Point72 Ventures.

Co-Founded by Nic Surpatanu, Tektonic aims to automate the manual workflows that other methods couldn’t address. Surpatanu, who previously held leadership roles at Tanium, UiPath and Microsoft, has seen both the power of automation and the frustrating tool fragmentation that leads to repetitive, inefficient work. With the funding, Sri Chandrasekar of Point72 Ventures joins Steve Singh of Madrona Ventures and Surpatanu on the company’s board.

Tektonic AI provides GenAI agents for business operations, enabling enterprises to eliminate repetitive, inefficient tasks. Industry veterans and entrepreneurs Nic Surpatanu and David Hsu co-founded Tektonic, after recognizing the complexities in business operations and the opportunity to rethink business processes with a service layer that combines neural and symbolic AI.

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Source: VC News Daily