EasySend raises $16M from Intel, more for its no-code approach to automating B2C interfaces – TechCrunch
As a mark of that trend, today, a company that has taken this approach to speeding up customer experience is announcing some funding. Longer term, he said, that another area EasySend might like to look at more in the future is robotic process automation (RPA). But over time, it would make sense for EasySend to cover this in a more holistic way, he added. “Intel Capital chose to invest in EasySend because of its intelligent and impactful approach to accelerating digital transformation to improve customer experiences,” said Nick Washburn, senior managing director, Intel Capital, in a statement. “We have a lot of data and we can understand [for example] where customers left the process [when filling out forms].