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ClearStory Data: Providing an Easy Way to See Insights Across Varied Data Forms

ClearStory Data: Providing an Easy Way to See Insights Across Varied Data Forms

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Sharmila Mulligan,Founder & CEO

Sharmila Mulligan

Founder & CEO

Earlier, the concepts of data access and analysis mainly applied to statisticians, quants and specialists. However, overtime, the industry role of data has evolved beyond expectations, and it would be an understatement to say that data is an active part of business sector. In fact, it is impossible for any business venture to survive


without properly assessing the available data. With data analysis transforming as the lifeline of business ventures, firms involved in the extensive data access and analysis sector have a major role to play. Standing out among the companies trying to leverage these trends is ClearStory Data, a Palo Alto, California based firm serving as an integrated Application and Platform enabling faster analysis on internal as well as external data.

Unlike last-generation data analysis solutions, 2011 founded ClearStory removes the complexity for the end user and brings more data, faster, to more people across the organization. The company's technology combines a powerful data-processing and data intelligence platform with a simple user application that harmonizes disparate data to help inform decisions and collaboratively drive.





In addition, with the firm, it is
possible to access private data from databases such as Oracle, SQL Server or Amazon Redshift along with big data platforms and API-based applications.

Under the leadership of Sharmila Mulligan, Founder & CEO, ClearStory's attempts to make intelligent data a part of businesses are spread across industries including finance, retail, Food & Beverage, Media & Entertainment and Consumer packaged goods.

The company that has raised $31.5 million till date from New investor DAG Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz, Google Ventures, Khosla Ventures and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) is charged to scale rapidly to shape next-generation Data Intelligence and change how companies consume data.