Businesses are looking to next-generation databases, data management tools and big data analytics software to help them leverage huge volumes to gain a competitive edge.
Businesses are looking to next-generation databases, data management tools and big data analytics software to help them leverage huge volumes to gain a competitive edge. Here’s a look at 10 hot startups developing leading-edge technologies that help solution providers and customers meet their big data challenges.
Cardagraph, founded in 2019, officially launched in March with its business productivity analytics software following two years of development and beta customer use.
The SaaS-based Cardagraph Platform is designed to provide business data and analytical insights to business managers, particularly those in operations, financial and marketing roles, with the intention of replacing legacy business reporting systems that no longer make the cut.
The Cardagraph software connects to systems such as Salesforce, Slack, Google, HubSpot, Workfront, Jira and others, then applies proprietary algorithms, AI and machine learning to the collected data to provide managers with information about what the company calls “areas of focus, opportunity and improvement.”
At the launch in March Cardagraph also announced what it called a “prominent round of funding” from a number of individual investors including John Pestana, ObservePoint CEO and Omniture co-founder, and John Richards, founder and CEO of Startup Ignition. The amount of the funding was not disclosed.
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