Atlanta startup Verusen raises $8M for innovating supply chain with AI

Atlanta startup Verusen raised an $8 million Series A round to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to make supply chains more efficient, according to a Jan. 28 announcement.   Forte Ventures and Flyover Capital co-led the round with participation from BMW i Ventures, Glasswing Ventures, Zetta Venture Partners, Kubera VC and Atlanta’s Engage VC. Verusen has a little under $14 million in investments to date, CEO Paul Noble said.  Verusen’s sales saw a seven-fold growth…

Atlanta startup Verusen raised an $8 million Series A round to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to make supply chains more efficient, according to a Jan. 28 announcement.   Forte Ventures and Flyover Capital co-led the round with participation from BMW i Ventures, Glasswing Ventures, Zetta Venture Partners, Kubera VC and Atlanta’s Engage VC. Verusen has a little under $14 million in investments to date, CEO Paul Noble said.  Verusen’s sales saw a seven-fold growth…

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