Temporall makes £1m in seed funding

Temporall, a UK-based startup founded by a former Google global director, has announced a £1 million seed funding round led by venture capital firm Luminous Ventures.

The artificial intelligence-based analytics platform is designed to give key performance insights to leadership teams. Customers include Google, Blue Prism, Rakuten, Dyson, Anthony Nolan and XL Media.

Founder and chief executive Thomas Davies explained: “We’ve worked closely with customers and partners to help them make sense of their own organisational performance, now under the most challenging market conditions in living memory, the value provided by our Workbench platform has been proven."

He added that the new investment will be invested in expanding Temporall's team, technology and growth strategy.

The business has recently appointed Rune Bentien, another former manager at Google, who brings a combination of technical expertise and an entrepreneurial approach to delivering outcomes for clients; and Xen Lategan, previously chief technology officer at News International and executive vice president at Fox Corporation, who will add a strategic approach to technology development.

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