Weekly Refresh: $51M+ in Funding, Docugami’s New Investment, and More

May 18, 2020
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Amazon making face shields. Due to the pandemic, there’s a shortage of personal protective equipment. In March, Amazon began designing and producing face shields and has donated almost 10,000 of them so far. [Built In Seattle]

Grammarly invested in Docugami. It’s Grammarly’s first investment in its 11-year history as a company. Kirkland-based Docugami is an AI document engineering startup. [GeekWire]

Syndio raised $7.5M. Its HR technology helps companies maintain equal pay. CEO Maria Colacurcio said the pandemic has only increased the risk of pay equity. [Built In Seattle]

Scener partnered with HBO. Now, anyone with an HBO Now or HBO Go subscription in the United States can create a virtual space to watch shows and movies with up to 19 friends, thanks to a partnership with this Seattle startup. Users chat with video, audio and text while viewing. [Built In Seattle]

SirionLabs raised $44M. It created an automated contract management service that uses AI to write contracts. Tiger Global and Avatar Growth Capital led the Series C. [Built In Seattle]

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