Moscow-based startup UR-Li, which develops AI service for collecting accounts receivable, has raised $118,674 from Pulsar Venture Capital fund as well as private investors.
According to UR-Li CEO Valery Mayushkin, the startup plans to raise another $280,000 to create MVP and CustDev abroad. Priority markets are the USA and the CIS countries. The company is also going to scale in Russia, for which it expects to attract a large corporation or a bank as a strategic partner.
UR-Li launched its AI-based service for jeopardy assessment in 2020. It allows businesses to check tax reporting for errors and discrepancies.
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation
Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation