DataLexing, Saudi Arabia’s Productivity Platform, raised $3m in a seed round led by Sadu Capital, with participation from Impact46 and other investors.
“At DataLexing, our mission is to empower everyone to get the right data at the right time by themself. I’m very proud to see our platform positively impacting 10 countries and more than 50 organizations, varying from startups to government agencies, at an early stage,” Rayan Alfaheid, CEO & Co-Founder of DataLexing, said.
The startup will use the funding to expand its GCC-wide operations and extend the research & development of its platform.
The startup was founded in 2018 by Rayan Alfaheid and Dr. Abdulelah Alganas and is an all-in-one data-driven productivity platform that brings insights, apps, notifications, forms, and sheets together in one place.
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