Ardoq, the enterprise architecture startup, raises $125M to help organizations make sense of their networks
As organizations continue to build out their digital architecture, a new category of enterprise software has emerged to help them manage that process. Now, Ardoq — which makes enterprise archite
thatDot launches Quine, a streaming graph engine
Portland, Oregon-based startup thatDot, which focuses on streaming event processing, today announced the launch of Quine, a new MIT-licensed open source project for data engineers that combines event
Stop guessing your KPIs; Varos shows e-commerce, SaaS companies how you compare to peers
Varos is shedding some light on how companies compare in terms of key performance indicators, like customer acquisition costs.
Superconductive, creators of Great Expectations, nabs $40M for a commercial version of its open source data quality tool
Data quality — the practice of testing and ensuring that the data and data sets you are using are what you expect them to be — has become a key component in the world of data science. Data
What does the new era of location intelligence hold for businesses?
Throughout the COVID-19 recovery era, location data is set to be a core ingredient for driving business intelligence and building sustainable consumer loyalty.
Firebolt, a data warehouse startup, raises $100M at a $1.4B valuation for faster, cheaper analytics on large data sets
Israeli startup Firebolt has been taking on Google’s BigQuery, Snowflake and others with a cloud data warehouse solution that it claims can run analytics on large data sets cheaper and faster th
TechCrunch+ roundup: Cell-cultured meat, alternative financing, avoiding tech debt
You don't need to be a scientist to understand the impacts of factory farming: if you've driven past the cattle feedlot in Coalinga, CA, the smell travels for miles.
With more data available than ever, are companies making smarter decisions?
Baseball is like a laboratory for advanced statistical analysis, and businesses could learn a lot from watching how the sport deals with expanding datasets.
The industrial data revolution: What founders got wrong
There is substantially more data available to us than we probably ever could have imagined. It's led to incredible advances, but for some tasks, we're reaping the whirlwind.
Data intelligence company Collibra brings in another $250M to more than double its valuation
The new valuation is more than double what the Brussels-based company announced last year when it secured $112.5 million in a Series F investment that put its valuation at $2.3 billion.
Technology is transforming global treaties
Technology is rapidly changing how treaties are monitored and enforced — with profound implications for global governance and international law.
Neuro-ID takes in fresh capital to combat fraud from all of our taps, types and swipes
The company captures real-time customer behavior so companies can see who is genuine, and who is fraudulent, and identify the root cause of customer friction.
Attest raises $60M to expand its no-code approach to research surveys as a service, which taps 110M consumers in 49 countries
Surveys have long been used by marketing teams and other business decision-makers to learn how customers tick. But they can be costly to put together, hard to run at scale, and, at the end of the day,
How startups are turning data into software gold
Storing great pools of data is an increasingly figured-out challenge. Between public clouds, and data lakes more specifically, you can stick oceans of corporate data in any number of places. But lever
Speedata emerges from stealth with $70M and groundbreaking chip technology to accelerate big data analytics processing
Data centers are taking on ever-more specialized chips to handle different kinds of workloads, moving away from CPUs and adopting GPUs and other kinds of accelerators to handle more complex and resour
The death of identity: Knowing your customer in the age of data privacy
Prioritizing individual profiles is far from the most effective way to understand and address customers’ intentions, needs and struggles. Brands don’t need to know who; they need to know what and
Seqera Labs grabs $5.5M to help sequence COVID-19 variants and other complex data problems
Bringing order and understanding to unstructured information located across disparate silos has been one of the more significant breakthroughs of the big data era, and today a European startup that ha
Monad emerges from stealth with $17M to solve the cybersecurity big data problem
Cloud security startup Monad, which offers a platform for extracting and connecting data from various security tools, has launched from stealth with $17 million in Series A funding led by Index Ventur
Companies betting on data must value people as much as AI
The truth is, we are still early when it comes to data transformation. The success of tech giants that put data at the core of their business models set off a spark that is only starting to take off.
Monte Carlo closes $60M Series C on the back of rapid ARR growth
The company raised a Series B earlier this year, a $25 million round led by GGV and Redpoint. Both Series B lead investors participated in Monte Carlo's Series C.