We actually clean your data
We turn your raw operational data into simple, usable, and trustable data to power your most important decisions and products.
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Who uses us
Get the clean data you needed yesterday.
Spend more time using your data and less time munging it.
Easy best-in-class business intelligence.
Avoid infrastructure investments, expensive headcount, and inevitable technical challenges.
Think Carta for financial data.
We manage the financial reporting from your portfolio companies to you.
Clean data faster. So you can get to insights faster.
Ingesting and transforming data is repetitive and error-prone – wasting your time. We take care of this so you can focus on harnessing the data for your analytics and growth strategies.
Supports 100+ Systems
If it's important enough to power your business then we integrate with it. We support all modern APIs.
Harmonize Your Data
Our data mastering algorithms enable you to join datasets together to ask questions you didn't think were possible.
Connect your data sources with a few clicks. We'll load clean data into your warehouse of choice. Refreshed daily.
Never worry about syncing too much data again. We offer better rates than competitors like Fivetran, Stitch, and Segment.
Access our intuitive analytics recipe book so your team can measure key performance indicators like ARR, LTV, churn, and more.
We don't just give you a snapshot of your data. You'll have all your data. All the time. Up to date.
From the blog
Our musings on data and how it’s applied to finance, growth, and data teams.
1% in net retention could mean millions in MRR; shown thru colorful charts
There are plenty of blogs that explain what net retention analysis is and the formula to calculate it. This is a good one. In this blog, I’m going to apply that math to a growing startup. You’ll see how a 1% delta in net retention could mean tens of millions in MRR for your startup. Let’s get started.
An Interview with Ryan Keating — Financial Advice for Startups
I recently spoke with finance leaders from a couple dozen startups. Their expertise ranged from seed stage start-ups, where the CEO also served as the in-house finance leader, to growth stage companies where an in-house CFO monitored the entity’s current and future financial health.
Best Practices from the CFO Suite
In the current economic crisis, business leaders from early-stage startups to large multinational corporations have had to make difficult decisions. The financial implication of these decision is critical and the CFO is the executive helping the CEO navigate these decisions.