Tag: business intelligence
Open Solution, a Beijing-based cloud services startup, is on a mission to help both new and established companies integrate with the cloud to make better sense of their data.
The harsh reality is that building a great product, even the best product on the market, is only one part of creating a successful company. What are other ways to increase your chance of success? Per Jonno Southam, Venture Capital Business Development Manager at AWS, and Matillion Founder & CEO Matthew Scullion, partnerships can play a key role in helping your startup scale.
Measurable AI is building a platform to provide its clients with hyper-current information about sales trends and product retention rates—information that’s in high demand by stakeholders but can otherwise take companies months to compile and release. Founder Heatherm Huang tells us more.
Enigma Technologies is on a mission to improve the world around it by intelligently gathering, interpreting, and acting on data. Enigma does so using Amazon SageMaker, which allows it to train and deploy learning models that can process hundreds of millions of data sets for its customers.
Answering questions with data is no longer just the responsibility of a small team of data professionals. It’s become a shared responsibility between multiple departments. As a result of the data revolution, every job has become a data job, every team a data team, and every company a data company.
Steve Irvine, Founder and CEO of integrate.ai, explains how the Canadian startup helps larger companies in traditional industries like banking, retail, and telecommunications compete with digital disruptors by more robustly analyzing their customer data.
Coralogix co-founder and CPO Ariel Assaraf started the company after completing his service in the Israeli army. Here’s his story.
“My career has been around startups all the way,” says Or Tamir, co-founder and COO of Explorium. “This is something I’ve always wanted to do.” Because startups have composed the foundation and the scaffolding of Tamir’s career, he views the fact he ended up co-founding and helming a project like Explorium as almost inevitable. In a way, it was a logical next step: “co-founder” and “COO” were two of the only job roles in the world of startups that Tamir hadn’t yet tackled.
For Ira Cohen, founder and chief data scientist of Anodot, timing is everything. Despite having 11 years of work at Hewlett Packard under his belt, he always knew that when the right idea and timing struck, he’d make his way into the startup world. The right idea? Anodot, an autonomous analytics company that uses machine learning techniques to equip business owners with the tools they need to learn and grow using data.
Founded in 2016, intermix.io enables data engineers with the tools they need to be successful. This in turn enables the data scientists to actually be successful. But how does the startup do it?