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Top 50 Companies in Data Technology

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The amount of data that is generated in a day is around 2.5 quintillion bytes, while Google alone processes 20 petabytes every day. And some estimates say that there will be 175 zettabytes total by 2025

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With the staggering amounts of data floating around in the ether, it's little wonder the amount of business opportunities in and around data technologies, whether that lies in processing, security, managing, etc. 

In this article, we are generating a list of some of the best data technology companies that our database has to offer. These are companies that are in different stages of maturity, some more established while others are more in a startup and scale-up period. Take a look at the list and see which companies you find innovative.

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The top companies in data technology


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San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Trifacta has developed a cloud-based visual data platform that allows connecting to any data from any source. The platform transforms data, secures quality, and automates data pipelines, allowing users to consume data at any scale.

Empowered by AI, Trifacta’s data wrangling platform enables users to collaborate on exploring and preparing the data for analysis while allowing them to validate data quality, accelerate data transformation, and automate robust data pipelines. The company was originally founded in 2012 in San Francisco (CA). After witnessing a lucrative market expansion, Trifacta was acquired in 2022 by Alteryx, an eminent analytics automation provider.

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San Mateo, USA  | See company profile

Verify is a software development company that harnesses AI to provide intelligent document processing. The company specializes in optical character recognition (OCR) APIs for processing different types of documents such as invoices, bills, receipts, and W2s, into standardized JSON.

The AI extracts and transforms unstructured data from these documents into structured ones, without a human-in-the-loop. Veryfi was founded in 2017 by two Silicon Valley entrepreneurs with the mission to eliminate manual data entry. Based in San Mateo (CA), Verify is backed by NewView Capital (NVC), Act One Ventures, TI PLatform, Y Combinator, and Zillionize. 




Seattle, USA  | See company profile

Osmos has developed an external data platform to help enterprises scale their data intake, decrease cost margin, and propel business growth. Powered by an AI engine, the platform eliminates the challenges related to ingesting external data. Moreover, the product automatically learns complex transforms, including conditional logic, multi-column joins, splits, string/numeric manipulations, and validations, without requiring human input to “wrangle data’’. Osmos was established in 2019 by Kirat Pandya and Naresh Venkat and was working under stealth until 2021. Operating from its premises in Seattle (WA), the Osmos team currently comprises 37 members.




Denver City, USA  | See company profile

Flatfile is a software development company offering a data onboarding platform that automatically learns how imported data should be structured and cleaned. When done, it provides a streamlined data onboarding experience for customers, product teams, and engineering teams without any custom import scripts or costly support cycles required. It enables customers and teams to focus more on working with the data instead of fixing it. Flatfile was founded by David Boskovic and Eric Crane with the goal to solve the common problem of onboarding customer data. The company is headquartered in Denver City (TX) and employs more than 70 people.



Dbt Labs 

Philadelphia, USA  | See company profile

Dbt has created a development framework for collaborative deployment of analytics code, using software engineering practices such as modularity, portability, CI/CD, and documentation, among others. The workflow allows data practitioners and SQL programmers to create production-grade data pipelines, create SQL models and test them prior to production while sharing dynamically generated documentation with data stakeholders.

The company was founded in 2016 by Tristan Handy, Drew Banin, and Connor McArthur with a mission to help analysts develop and disseminate organizational knowledge. The dbt team comprises circa 270 members, operating from the premises in Philadelphia (PA).




Manchester, The United Kingdom  | See company profile

Matillion offers cloud-based ETL solutions for loading and transforming data for consumption within businesses' cloud data environments. Its flagship products are: (1) Matillion ETL, which conducts data load and migration, featuring functionalities for transforming data into an analytics-ready-state, and (2) Matillion Data Loader, a data integration SaaS for loading business data into cloud data warehouses.

Both products can work with various cloud data warehouse platforms, including Amazon Redshift, Snowflake, Microsoft Azure Synapse, Google BigQueri, etc. Matillion was founded in 2011 and currently operates from dual headquarters in Denver (CO) and Manchester (England), employing a team of over 500 people.




Stockholm, Sweden  | See company profile

Crosser has developed software for processing of streaming and batch data for IIoT and advancing data transformation, analytics automation, and integration processes. It is applicable within both on-premise and cloud environments. The offering caters to enterprises across various industries and applications, including Industry 4.0, hybrid integration, industrial connectivity, edge analytics, and more.

Crosser was founded in 2016 by Uffe Björklund, Johan Jonzon, and Martin Thunman, who serve as head of R&D, CMO, and CEO, respectively. The company operates from its headquarters in Stockholm (Sweden), with a second office in Munich (Germany).




Ames, USA  | See company profile

Workiva’s offering encompasses a cloud-based platform for transparent reporting that allows users to streamline processes, connect data and teams, and maintain consistency. The platform caters to over 4,300 organizations with their regulatory, financial, and ESG (environmental, social, and governance) reporting. Workiva was founded in 2008 and since 2014 has been listed on the New York Stock Exchange, trading under the NYSE:WK symbol. The company operates from its premises in Ames (IA) and 18 other divisions across North America, Europe, and Asia, led by CEO Marty Vanderploeg.



Coalesce Automation

San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Coalesce provides data transformation solutions, catering to data architects, data engineers, and data analysts alike, allowing them to promptly make changes to their data and enhance their time-to-value rate. The solution features a “column-aware architecture” that enables data change management to be wrapped within a user-friendly UI, along with data lineage and deployment functionalities. Coalesce was founded in 2020 by data transformation experts Armon Petrossian and Satish Jayanthi, but emerged from stealth in 2022, accompanied by a $5.92 million seed funding. The company holds its headquarters in San Francisco (CA), employing a team of 35 members.




Boston, USA  | See company profile

DataRobot’s cloud-based platform leverages machine learning models to help enterprises scale their data science capabilities by creating personalized AI applications. Offering a comprehensive suite of products, solution accelerators, decision intelligence frameworks, and training programs, the company caters to enterprises across retail, banking, manufacturing, and healthcare.

DataRobot was founded in 2012 by Jeremy Achin and Tom de Godoy with the mission to democratize access to AI. The company is headquartered in Boston (MA), with offices in Germany, Japan, Singapore, and Ukraine, employing over 1,500 members. Recently, it expanded by acquiring several companies, including Nutonian, Nexosis, Cursor, ParallelM, Paxata, Zepl, and Algorithmia.




Boulder, USA  | See company profile

Precog provides an intelligent data connectivity solution that lets users connect to different data sources and automatically create the exact tables they need for analytics, machine learning, or database import. The company’s AI engine obtains the data/schema automatically and then creates the relational schema over the actual data. As such, customers are presented with a universal, no-code data connector that can transfer meaningful data to their destination of choice. Headquartered in Boulder (CO), Precog was founded in 2020 by Jeff Carr and Mike Corbisiero and employs more than 25 people.




San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Decodable offers a platform for real-time data ingestion, integration, and analysis. The serverless platform enables application developers, data engineers, and data scientists to build and deploy production pipelines seamlessly. The platform features capabilities for connecting messaging systems, object stores, ML/AI pipelines, and event-driven microservices. It also allows data parsing, filtering, routing, and anonymizing. Moreover, it facilitates data management including schema changes. The company was founded in 2021 and operates from its headquarters in San Francisco (CA), with 20 employees.




London, The United Kingdom  | See company profile

Xceptor has developed a no-code, data automation SaaS solution that enables blue-chip clients to reengineer and automate a broad variety of end-to-end processes. The product conducts enterprise-grade data ingestion, data transformation, and process digitization, suitable for different data and document types and formats.

Xceptor was established in 2003 and is currently operated under the leadership of CEO Andrew Kouloumbrides, with headquarters in London and additional offices in Guildford (United Kingdom), New York City (NY), Cape Town (South Africa), and Singapore. The company was acquired by Astorg, an eminent private equity firm in 2021.



Search Discovery

Atlanta, USA  | See company profile

Search Discovery is a data transformation company that helps companies use data to help them in their business and discover new insights and approaches to driving business impact. Engaging clients at every stage of data enablement, their solutions enable more efficient operations, clear business insights, and improved decision-making across marketing, sales, finance, operations, and human resources. Search Discovery was founded in 2004 and has offices in three locations: Cleveland (OH) and Atlanta (GA) in the USA, as well as London, UK.





New York, USA  | See company profile

mParticle offers a customer data platform that improves brands’ marketing, advertising, and analytics. It collects customer data through secure APIs and SDKs and enables organizations to manage their data quality, enforce governance, and drive better customer interactions.

The company's solutions are used by developers, product managers, and growth managers from various industries such as retail, financial services, media, travel, and gaming. mParticle was founded in 2013 and has raised more than $272 million as of 2022. It is headquartered in New York (NY), operating with a team of more than 250 members.



Correlate Health

Peachtree City, USA  | See company profile

Correlate Health has developed an NFT-based digital health marketplace that focuses on the development, acquisitions, and investments of ‘Meaningful Use’ (MU) applications. The platform transforms data from more than 70,000+ data sources to provide remote patient monitoring (RPM), decision-making functionalities, and patient-facing apps, allowing physicians and patient care teams to assign MU applications to the patients’ portals.

Using the portal, patients can govern their individual care plans, while the medical staff can track patients’ progress and engagement. Correlate Health was founded in 2019, currently operating from its premises in Peachtree City (GA), employing a team of 5 members.


Toronto, Canada  | See company profile has developed a SaaS solution that enables enterprises to securely create federated machine learning models on siloed data. Its flagship offering, dubbed PowerFlow, encompasses an end-to-end platform for cross-organizational collaboration and increased quality data access. IntegrateFL is the company’s second product, featuring a production-ready federated learning tool. The company was founded in 2017 by Steve Irvine, former Facebook and Instagram executive, with a team operating from the headquarters in Toronto, Canada.




Toronto, Canada  | See company profile

Secoda has created a self-serve data discovery tool that enables teams to manage their queries, charts, data catalog, data dictionary, and documentation from one central location. Its portfolio encompasses three flagship features: (1) a data management tool for data cataloging and governance using a searchable repository, (2) a data documentation functionality for documenting and discovering data knowledge, and (3) a data enablement tool for managing data requests.

The company was established in 2021 by Andrew McEwen and Etai Mizrahi with a mission to centralize access to incoming data and metadata. Secoda’s team consists of 12 members, operating from the premises in Toronto, Canada.




Montreal, Canada  | See company profile

Optable developed a cryptography-based data connectivity platform that delivers decentralized and secure data collaboration. The platform caters to advertisers, data companies, media owners, marketers, and publishers by enabling them to safely and securely compare and utilize audience data, with an option for collaboration with internal and external stakeholders. The company was established in 2020 by ad tech industry experts to offer a solution encompassing privacy-preserving data connectivity software. The company's team comprises 33 employees, working from the premises in Montreal, Canada.



Matchbook AI

Studio City, USA  | See company profile

Matchbook AI offers enterprise SaaS solutions and master data software that allows companies to integrate, govern, and manage data. The products facilitate seamless data integration and cross-referencing to multiple providers. Another notable offering encompasses an RDaaS (reference-data-as-a-service) platform that allows companies to interact with third-party data sources. Matchbook AI was founded in 2018 by Rushabh Mehta, an experienced data and analytics specialist. The company is situated in Studio City (CA), employing a team of 25 members.




Rome, Italy  | See company profile

Nodes is an Italian provider of IT solutions, focused on the entire data lifecycle including data collection, quality improvement, data analysis, data security, and strategic supply management. Over the years, the company has expanded its domain of applications, covering B2B and B2G partnerships across a few verticals such as pharma, manufacturing, and banking. Headquartered in Rome, Italy, Nodes was founded in 2007 and has since grown to a team comprised of 27 members.



Shikha Labs

San Jose, USA  | See company profile

Shikha Labs offers productivity, communication, and collaboration solutions on an enterprise scale. Its suite of products comprises solutions for marketing analytics, data engineering, business intelligence, cloud data warehouse, and web and mobile app development. The company also provides enterprise consultation services, along with data modeling for reporting and analytics. Shikha Labs was founded in 2016, currently operating from its headquarters in San Jose (CA) and Bengaluru, India. 



Geeks of Digital

Ahmedabad, India  | See company profile

Geeks of Digital is a marketing agency specializing in data and marketing analytics, content audit, keyword gap analysis, and data transformation. The company helps companies develop measuring mechanisms that generate actionable insight and suggestions for optimizing the marketing strategy.

Its methodology follows a three-step process: (1) strategy, (2) road mapping, and (3) data pipeline development, essentially leading to data-driven business decisions. Geeks of Digital was established in 2015 and is currently operating with a team of eight members from the headquarters in Ahmedabad, India.




San Mateo, USA  | See company profile

Observe specializes in data observability tools that companies can leverage to examine all components of an app, including back-end systems and front-end interface, essentially allowing them to spend more resources on coding and less on investigating incidents. The functionalities are built on Snowflake’s cloud data platform, which enables Observe to ingest approximately 50 terabytes of machine-generated data daily and convert it into human-comprehensible insights. The company was established by Sutter Hill Ventures in 2017 and operates from its premises in San Mateo (CA).

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Singapore, Singapore  | See company profile

Eyeota has developed an audience technology platform to enable brands, publishers, and data owners to facilitate onboarding, enrichment, and data asset activation. The platform converts audience data into actionable insights which companies can utilize to better understand their customer base, enrich their marketing strategies, and drive better business results. Eyeota was founded in 2010 and over its years of operation, it witnessed prolific market expansion, spreading across North and South America, Europe, and Asia. In 2021, Eyeota was acquired by Dan & Bradstreet, a notable data and analytics corporation.




San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Airbyte developed an open-source data integration platform that unifies all data pipelines, allowing companies to synch data from applications, APIs, and databases to warehouses. The platform harnesses pre-built custom connectors to replicate the data, thus enabling users to configure the replications according to their needs, namely full-refresh, incremental, and log-based CDC replications. Airbyte was co-founded in 2020 by Michael Tricot and John Lefleur with a mission to redefine the standard of transferring and consolidating data from different sources to data warehouses, data lakes, or databases. The company is headquartered in San Francisco (CA), employing more than 70 people.




San Francisco, USA  | See company profile

Fivetran specializes in automated data integration, offering ready-to-use connectors that automatically adapt to changes related to APIs. The solutions are intended to deliver consistent and reliable access to data, with features that enhance the accuracy of data-driven decisions by perpetually synchronizing the data from source applications, thus enabling users to work with fresh data.

The offering also encompasses automatic in-warehouse transformations and programmatic management of ready-to-query schemas. Fivetran was established in 2013 out of the Y Combinator by George Fraser and Taylor Brown. The company is headquartered in San Francisco (CA), with additional offices across Europe and Asia.




Redwood City, USA  | See company profile

Talend provides cloud data integration and data integrity solutions that enable enterprises to harness trusted data for business optimization and transformation. Talend Data Fabric is a flagship platform with a broad suite of apps for data collection across systems, data governing for proper utilization, and features for transforming and improving data quality. The second product, Stitch, comprises tools for moving data from a broad range of sources into a data warehouse. The company was established in 2005 in Redwood City (CA), with additional divisions in the UK, France, Germany, India, Singapore, China, Japan, and Australia.


Fremont, USA  | See company profile

Confection is a US-based data company specializing in data collection, storage, and distribution. It is focused on building a standard and product architecture that complies with international data privacy laws and regulations and users' personal preferences.

Confection's privacy-first data generator improves the ROI of enterprise marketing, improves the communication and trust between businesses and consumers, and gives consumers better control over their personal data. Since its founding in 2020, Confection has successfully raised $680,000 in funding in three funding rounds. As of 2022, it operates from its headquarters in Fremont (CA), with a team of 67 members.




San Diego, USA  | See company profile

Improvado provides data aggregation for marketers. The Improvado platform has more than 200 built-in integrations including Google Analytics, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Linkedin, etc. The company's solutions encompass data extraction and loading, data transformation, and an omnichannel analytics suite.

It targets enterprises, mid-market brands, and agencies in a variety of industries including food and beverages, entertainment, gaming, healthcare, insurance and finance, and human resources. Founded in 2015, the company is headquartered in San Diego (CA) with additional offices in San Francisco (CA), employing a team of 88. To date, the company has raised more than $30 million.


San Francisco, USA  | See company profile is a US company that has developed an API integration and automation platform. The flexible platform enables the automation of complex processes and facilitates the connection of an organization's entire cloud stack through APIs.The platform is designed for citizen automators, therefore it allows customers to automate complex processes without coding.

The company has acquired customers such as Udemy, Segmen, FICO, and New Relic and has successfully raised more than $109.1 million across nine funding rounds. Founded in 2012, is headquartered in San Francisco (CA) with additional offices in London, UK, with a team of 321 members.




Redwood City, USA  | See company profile

Alation is a provider of enterprise data intelligence solutions. The company's portfolio includes data search and discovery, data governance, data stewardship, analytics, and digital transformation. Leveraging its Behavioral Analysis Engine, open interfaces, inbuilt collaboration capabilities, and machine learning, Alation provides data and metadata management solutions.

The product portfolio includes Alation Data Catalog, Alation Connectors, Alation Platform, Alation Data Governance Application, and Alation Cloud Service. The company was established in 2012 and currently operates from its headquarters in Redwood City (CA), the USA, with a team of more than 600 members.



Triple Whale

Columbus, USA  | See company profile

Triple Whale provides a software solution for the centralization of all metrics from various tools. The solutions aggregate all meaningful data into a customizable dashboard or a mobile application. It is designed for eCommerce businesses, enabling them to track profits, blended ROAS, LTV, and other metrics. Triple Whale also offers a solution for tracking all first-party data to help customers increase their ROI on ad spend. The company was founded in 2021 and operates with a team of 59 employees. Its headquarters are located in Columbus (OH) with additional offices in Jerusalem, Moscow, and Austin (TX).



Palo Alto, USA  | See company profile

Infoworks has developed a comprehensive enterprise data operations and orchestration (EDO2) platform. The company is focused on solving the complexities of big data by delivering end-to-end automation in a code-free environment for data organization and analytics. The solution works in the cloud, multi-cloud, and hybrid environments, enabling customers to implement data workflows into production at a faster time and lower cost. The three main product features are data onboarding, data preparation, and data operationalization. The company was founded in 2014 with its headquarters in Palo Alto (CA), employing circa 100 people.




Berlin, Germany | See company profile

y42 has developed an end-to-end data platform that simplifies the processes of data integration, transformation, and visualization. The full-stack data platform helps organizations create a simple and intuitive data infrastructure without coding. The platform delivers multiple features including integrations, modeling, orchestration, visualization, and data export. y42 primarily targets eCommerce, agencies, and B2B SaaS businesses. Founded in 2020, the company has gained support from multiple investors, raising $34 million since its establishment. It is headquartered in Berlin, Germany, with a team of more than 100 members.




Cambridge, USA | See company profile

Tamr helps customers accelerate their digital transformation process through data management solutions. It offers the cloud-native master data management (MDM) platform Tamr Core and Tamr Cloud, a data management platform for customer data. Tamr leverages machine learning and human expertise to unify data, break down data silos, and feed clean data to analytics tools and operational systems.

Founded in 2013, Tamr is based on the research by Turing award winner Mike Stonebraker at MIT's Computer Science and AI Lab. The company is headquartered in Cambridge (MA) and operates with a team of 190 members.



OSF Digital

Quebec, Canada | See company profile

OSF Digital is a provider of digital transformation solutions and global commerce services. The company also provides analytics services that eliminate data silos and enable organizations to centralize all data and get a clear overview. Its data analytics solutions include analytics implementation, KPIs selection, reporting, conversion rate optimization (CRO), and tableau CRM and Salesforce Commerce Cloud integration. OSF Digital's track record includes over 15 years of experience, 49 locations worldwide, a roster of more than 1,000 international clients, nearly 1,700 employees, and circa $166 million across four funding rounds.




Redwood Shores, USA | See company profile

Reltio has developed a master data management (MDM) platform that enables organizations to unify and centralize complex, multisource data into a single place. The Reltio Connected Data Platform is a cloud-native, SaaS MDM solution including features such as ML-based data matching and data validation rules, zero-trust security model and encryption, and built-in consent and preference management tools.

Since its establishment in 2011, Reltio has attracted customers from various industries including Pfizer, Xerox, L'Oréal, and AstraZeneca. The company has also grown to a team of more than 400 members across several locations including its headquarters in Redwood Shores (CA).

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New York, USA | See company profile

Crux has developed a cloud-based data integration and operations platform to help companies decrease their reliance on numerous tools, eliminate the friction from their data supply chain, and exploit the potential of their external data. The product was designed to aid enterprises with three key challenges: rapid onboarding, personalized enhancements, and reliable delivery at scale.

Crux was established in 2017 to accelerate the data integration processes from external sources by eliminating the hurdles regarding data engineering, operations, and data wrangling. The Crux team encompasses approximately 120 members including data experts, industry veterans, and entrepreneurial builders.



Cere Network

Berlin, Germany | See company profile

Cere Network has developed a Decentralized Data Cloud (DDC) platform that harnesses blockchain technology to comprehensively capture the customer journey on the ledger and store key user data including purchase records, achievements, and wallet utilization. The product saves and stores the data in a tamper-proof data scheme, allowing users to conduct direct and secure decryption, as well as validate, extract, transform, utilize, and share such data with their trusted parties and decentralized data marketplaces. Cere was founded in 2019 in Berlin and has several several other offices globally, employing a team of 45 people.



Tetra Science

Boston, USA | See company profile

TetraScience is a provider of R&D data cloud solutions that power flexibility, scalability, and data-centric capabilities of life science and drug discovery companies. The open platform grants access to centralized, standardized, and actionable scientific data that gets deployed across enterprise pharma and biotech entities.

Moreover, the digital environment features an integrated network of lab instruments, informatics apps, analytics, and CRO/CDMOs. TetraScience was founded in 2014; however, the company set off its R&D data cloud journey in 2019. TetraScience is headquartered in Boston (MA) and operates with a team of 170 members.




San Francisco, USA | See company profile

StreamSets is a software company offering a DataOps platform for building smart data pipelines, suitable for hybrid and multi-cloud deployments. The platform allows users to create, run, observe, and manage smart data pipelines at any scale, with features for building and deploying streaming, batch, CDC, ETL/ELT, and machine learning pipelines.

StreamSets was founded in 2014 by Gitish Pancha and Arvind Prabhakar, Informatica and Cloudera alumni, respectively. The company operates from its premises in San Francisco (CA) and additional offices across Europe and Australia with a team of over 200 members. In 2022, StreamSets was acquired by Software AG.




San Francisco, USA | See company profile

Datafold developed a data observability platform for automating analytical data quality management. The product caters to data scientists and data engineers, helping them monitor and enhance the quality of the analytical data.

By automating the data engineering processes the product extracts greater value from the analytical data while enabling data engineers to simplify data QA via table comparison and profiling functionalities. The company was founded in 2020 in San Francisco (CA) by Gleb Mezhanskiy and Alex Morozov. The Datafold team comprises 28 members who operate predominantly remotely.




Washington D.C., USA | See company profile

Prefect is a workflow management environment, powered by an open-source engine, dubbed Prefect Core. The solution helps developers eliminate data flow problems, featuring tools for restart and timeouts to enable teams seamlessly handle errors and data failures. The engine is empowered with functionalities that alert in real time when an issue arises and which early identify the root cause. Prefect was founded in 2018 by Jeremiah Lowin and is based in Washington D.C., with a team encompassing approximately 100 members. 




New York, USA | See company profile

Quаntemplate specializes in insurance data integration, automation, validation, and analytics solutions, helping businesses utilize raw data sources, harmonize them via machine learning and conduct analysis to gain competitive advantage. By harnessing integrated data quality assurance, Quantemplate’s products automate various insurance data preparations, including Bordereaux Management, MGA Reporting, Exposure Management, Fleet Auto, Aggregation, and Clash.

The company was established in 2013 by Adrian Rands, who also serves as a Chairman. The Quantemplate team operates from the headquarters in New York City (NY), and an additional division based in London.



Proof of Impact

San Francisco, USA | See company profile

Proof of Impact (POI) is a B2B developer of ESG and impact data intelligence solutions. Its software platform features a micro-services architecture that gathers, visualizes, and analyzes ESG and impact data, allowing businesses to improve their ESG performance and undertake data-driven decisions.

POI’s portfolio comprises three offerings: (1) Baseline, (2) Insights, and (3) Outcomes. Established in 2019, the company operates from its headquarters in San Francisco (CA), employing a team of 23 members.



Gravity Data

London, The United Kingdom | See company profile

Gravity developed an interface that allows analysts, data scientists, and data engineers to create data pipelines without IT or DevOps reliance. The company helps data teams stream pipeline data from over 100 sources and endure seamless data ingestion. Its suite of products also comprises tools for setting up a time to replicate the data from minutes to months, allowing the users to pursue granularity across the sources. Gravity was founded in 2021, supported by a team of 10 employees who operate from the premises in London, UK.




Mountain View, USA | See company profile

Dataddo is an IT services and consulting company that has developed a cloud-based, no-code data integration, automation, and transformation platform. The platform is compatible with online data services including Google Analytics, Facebook, and Instagram, transforming and loading the data into various databases, cloud storage, DWHs, and BI applications.

Once the data is connected, organizations can control and manage all data flows from a central location. Since its founding in 2015, Dataddo has expanded its business to more than 100 countries, serving over 3,000 organizations. It operates from Mountain View (CA) and Prague (Czech Republic) with a team of 47 members.




Paris, France | See company profile

Zeenea has developed a metadata management platform to allow organizations to connect all data sources into a central data repository from any cloud or on-premise data source. The data is automatically imported and upgraded, empowering customers to leverage their metadata in various ways beyond discovering technical issues.

The platform is based on a scalable deployment model and it utilizes machine learning to automatically analyze indexed assets via the platform. Zeenea was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Paris, France with a team of 45 people.




San Diego, USA | See company profile

Tealium offers a solution for data orchestration across the entire data supply chain. The Tealium Customer Data Hub allows organizations to collect, standardize, transform and enrich, integrate, and activate their data. It consists of tag management, an API hub, a customer data platform with machine learning, and various data management solutions.

Tealium was founded in 2008 in San Diego (CA), and has set up additional offices in Reading, England. The company has been trusted by more than 1,000 customers worldwide and has been supported by various investors who have contributed more than $260 million in funding to the company.

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Data technology companies and the future

The future looks bright for data technology companies, and how could it not because if there is one thing us homo sapiens are good at its generating vast amounts of data. The need is clearly there for solutions and implementation of innovative technologies to manage various sets of data, and this list provides some current companies who are doing just that.

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