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Egyptian Deep Tech Startup Intella Secures $3.4M in Pre-Series A Funding Round Led by HALA Ventures and Wa’ed Ventures

Intella, a MENA-based deep tech company, has successfully closed a $3.4 million Pre-Series A funding round led by HALA Ventures and Wa’ed Ventures.

The funding round also attracted the participation of Sanabil500, INSEAD’s alumni angel network, and other investors.

Intella is a voice technology company that is developing end-to-end AI models localized for the MENA region.

The company’s flagship product, Intella Voice, is a speech-to-text engine that has achieved state-of-the-art accuracy in Arabic dialects.

Intella Voice is already being used by a number of companies in the region, including telecom operators, call centers, and media companies.

The new funding will allow Intella to accelerate its expansion into the Saudi market and continue developing its AI models.

“We are excited to partner with Intella and support their mission to bridge the gap between the Arab-speaking world and AI advancements,” said Ali Abussaud, Founding Managing Partner of HALA Ventures.

“Intella’s voice technology has the potential to revolutionize how people interact with computers and devices in the MENA region.”

In addition to its speech-to-text engine, Intella is also developing other voice-related AI products and services, such as audio summarization, sentiment analysis, topic extraction, and call scoring.

The company plans to launch these new products and services soon.

Intella is headquartered in Cairo, Egypt, and has offices in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The company was founded in 2020 by Nour Taher and Omar Mansour.

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