Airgram Raises $10M in Funding


Airgram, a Singapore-based provider of meeting productivity software programs, raised $10M in funding.

The round was led by GL Ventures, with participation from Linear Capital, CDH Capital, and PKSHA SPARX Algorithm Fund.

The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand operations.

Led by CEO Ryan Zhang, Airgram is a transcription and recording tool that used in meeting planning, engaging, and reviewing, helping teams collaborate and improve the productivity of their meetings.

Airgram allows users to record audio as well as video of online meetings. Users can set Airgram’s AI assistant to auto-join a pre-scheduled Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams meeting and record it when they are not present. Once the meeting is recorded, users get the option to download it, play it at adjustable speed or even clip and share a snippet of the recording with others to align on crucial information. It also provides real-time transcription for all live meetings, converting the audio of meetings into text with high accuracy.

In addition, the tool offers many collaborative features like meeting agenda templates, integrated text-rich notepads, and multiple action items. Users can also associate notes of recurring meetings and extract key information from transcripts with AI Topic extraction. Meeting notes are taken to provide a record of the discussion for your future reference.

Users can quickly share notes and snippets of their recordings with integrated apps like Notion, Google Docs, Word, and Slack or with anyone by creating a shareable link.