Zilliant, founded in 1999, just landed $30 million in funding from Goldman Sachs.

The Austin-based company, which created a customer relationship platform with built in artificial intelligence, plans to use the funds for global growth opportunities in the business to business enterprise industry across multiple sectors, according to a news release.

“We have selected Goldman Sachs as our new investor based on their successful track record of funding and supporting fast growing companies and are optimistic about the value they will bring,” Greg Peters, president and CEO of Zilliant said in a news release. “As the only B2B AI-driven SaaS platform in the market today, Zilliant is committed to enabling growth and profitability for our customers while strengthening their existing customer relationships.”

Goldman Sach’s investment platform, the Private Capital Investing Group, made the investment. The group is co-headed by Hillel Moerman, managing director.

“Goldman Sachs is pleased to contribute to Zilliant’s continued growth,” Holger Staude, vice president at PCI, said in a news release. “The company’s differentiated approach to SaaS-based, AI-enabled analytics, as well as their growth trajectory and strategic management team, position them to deliver significant value to the B2B industry.”

Zilliant, founded in 1999, has previously raised $62.4 million in eight rounds from 11 investors, according to its Crunchbase profile.