Sayspring acquired by Adobe Systems
Sayspring, the collaborative design software for voice applications that allows designers to create voice-enabled interfaces and talk to interactive prototypes with no coding or deploying required, has been acquired by Adobe. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. “Since we first launched about a year ago, our team has been on a mission to provide creators with the tools they need to work with voice technology, no coding required. This aligns tightly with Adobe’s vision to give everyone – from emerging artists to global brands – everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences,” remarked Sayspring CEO and Founder Mark Webster.
Investors in the acquired company: Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator, Compound, Scott Belsky, Story Ventures, McCune Capital, Alan Chung, Peter Stern
Total funding raised: $1.6M
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