Domo is picking up traction as it pushes an analytics tool for many kinds of data, and investors have been quite eager to back it, chief executive Josh James says.
Big data age is finally here. Now Pivotal’s Scott Yara has some ideas about what’s coming up next in the big data world.
Just because lots of companies use Salesforce.com’s software for managing sales leads doesn’t mean the program can’t get better. Startups have found ways to improve on it with data and analytics.
As the Internet of things picks up speed, connectivity and vast cloud resources will be important, and so will analytics tools.
BIME Analytics, a startup that delivers business intelligence in the cloud while allowing data to stay on premise, just nabbed $4 million.
Tech companies can point the finger at end users for not getting quick returns on analytics software investments. But sometimes the vendors themselves are to blame for making complicated products.
Todd Paoletti, vice president of product marketing at Pivotal, thinks the company’s new cloud and data services will enable more data-driven applications and easier analysis.
Another pack of Obama for America data analysts has launched a startup to democratize big data smarts. The company, BlueLabs, is already profitable.
Data startup Knoema has thought up a way to show you data relating to the articles you read, by way of a simple Chrome browser extension.
The company develops APIs for custom analytics. Today it announced locking up $2.35 million in financing to cement its foothold in current verticals, which includes ad tech, gaming, and the Internet of Things, and go after other verticals.
Editor’s Pick Sparql City isn’t a typical startup, as it was developed as a spinout from ParAccel and its acquirer Actian. The round was led by venture buyout firm Garnett & Helfrich Capital.
Endgame, the security software solution that looks at “billions” of data points to give you actions to take while an attack is happening, received $23 million in funding today and a new board member — the former director of the NSA.
Euclid lets brick-and-mortar businesses track consumer behavior to find actionable insights.
Radius raises $12.4 million for its database of small business data and the sales leads that come out of it.
Cloud company AgilOne launches predictive marketing intelligence platform and closes $10 million.
Sumo Logic, the “big data” startup that specializes in analytics, has pulled in $30 million in funding.
Data analytics company iJento has raised $8 million in its second round of funding.
Medallia’s Customer Experience Management software gets $35 million from Sequoia.
Space-Time Insight raises $14 million in its second round of funding
SumAll launched a metrics tool today that visually represents the power social media has on e-commerce
“Big data” company AbsolutData received $20 million from Fidelity Growth Partners India.