SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Data Visualization industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 12 VC funded SaaS startups in the Data Visualization industry.
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A technology called Carto uses geographical data to create effective delivery routes, improved behavioral marketing campaigns, and tactical retail locations. Location data is transforming how we live and do business, from linked automobiles to smartphones. The platform CARTO is responsible for transforming geographical data into better behavioral marketing, more effective delivery routes, and more. Data Scientists, Developers, and Analysts use CARTO's data and analysis to solve geographical issues in order to better understand how and why events occur, to streamline company operations, and to forecast future results. The top location intelligence platform in the world is CARTO, which has the support of renowned VC companies Accel Partners, Salesforce Ventures, Earlybird Ventures, and Kibo Ventures. CARTO, with offices in Washington, DC, Madrid, and Seville, was founded in 2012 by an environmental scientist and visualization specialists. 130 people work for CARTO, which has 2,500 clients like Mastercard, Vodafone, Bain & Company, and Coca-Cola as well as more than 350,000 users worldwide. CARTO has also received frequent recognition from G2, Gartner, and Forrester for its innovations in the location intelligence market.
A cloud analytics platform called Cloudthread aids in the development of affordable apps. The business was established in 2020, and its main office is in San Francisco, California.
Cutover is a platform for work orchestration and observability that offers complete organizational visibility into changing work flows. Teams may stage preparations for major events that could tax their infrastructure using the Cutover platform. Top executives and managers may monitor performance data visualizations and assess any concerns as they arise using the platform's interface. Additionally, the platform interfaces with other SaaS platforms to add information from outside tools and improve collaboration. In 2013, Craig Gregory, Ky Nichol, and Marcus Wildsmith founded the business in Shoreditch, Hackney.
Leading brands' digital transformation of their customer experiences is being reimagined by FICX. FICX helps contemporary businesses to quickly digitize and automate CX experiences and deploy them wherever they engage customers as a pioneer and industry leader in no-code CX app creation and automation. By reducing friction in sales and service, modern businesses are able to save expenses, increase sales conversion, and maintain pleased consumers. To learn more, go to www.ficx.com. Since its founding in 2012, CallVU has helped top international companies in the banking, insurance, and telecom industries increase the value of their digital assets while enhancing operational effectiveness. Israel, the UK, and the United States are all where CallVU has operations. The business was recognized by Gartner in 2016 as a "Cool Vendor in CRM and Customer Support" and by CIO Magazine in 2017 as one of the "20 Most Promising Digital Experience Solution Providers."
A team of professionals in technology, agriculture, and the environment is called Gro. We have developed an AI-powered platform that enables our clients to address their most critical problems, such as predicting and securing supply chains, as well as issues like food security and climate change. The Gro Platform was created with the understanding that artificial intelligence can only be as effective as the human intellect that powers it. We are multiracial, cross-functional, and have offices in New York City and Nairobi. We think that the infrastructure required for society to prosper includes data on agriculture and the environment. But when the size of artificial intelligence is combined with the understanding of human intelligence, the data transforms into knowledge.
The first full edge-as-a-service system is called Hivecell. Hivecell makes it possible to deploy computational capacity similar to that found in clouds on-site, at the real edge, and outside the data closet. Hivecell was established in 2008 and has operations in Lviv, Ukraine, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa in addition to its main office in Beacon, New York.
Quant was founded as a Saudi consultancy business to offer services including Data Analytics, Business Intelligence, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning, Data Quality Management, and Analytics Training, as well as AI & BI SaaS solutions, as data grew excessive and numerous. Through the services we provide, Quant enables aspirant enterprises and forward-thinking governments to become data-driven, enabling them to streamline operations, increase efficiency, and strengthen decision making.
Teren is a provider of data analytics to the energy and civil engineering markets.We have attracted some of the largest and highest-profile clients in the midstream oil and gas industry as customers. SolSpec’s solution utilizes high-throughput data processing and artificial intelligence algorithms to identify and predict project-based risk for pipeline right of ways (ROW), infrastructure construction and large land development projects.
Stellaralgo assists businesses in gathering, analyzing, and utilizing the data necessary to make wise business choices. It allows live audience business decision-making through its SaaS data platform, empowering properties to design the finest experience for the most ardent fans on the planet.
UrbanFootprint is the world's first urban intelligence platform — a comprehensive urban, climate, and community resilience data system that serves mission-critical insights to the institutions that are rebuilding, financing, and insuring the world's physical and social infrastructure. UrbanFootprint’s data and web-based geospatial software unifies previously siloed climate, environmental, urban, and socio-economic data and helps governments, utilities, financial institutions, and urban planners answer fundamental resource questions — where to invest, where to deploy resources, and where to optimize for risk, return, resilience, and community.
Delivering exceptionally high-quality reports, dashboards, and presentations directly in ServiceNow is possible with the help of VividCharts. The data presentation platform from VividCharts, a ServiceNow Technology Partner, is offered in the ServiceNow Store. Due to the fact that VividCharts is totally built on top of ServiceNow, anyone can begin producing things like slide decks and infographics without removing data from your ServiceNow instance. Best feature? Their data doesn't require human updating for recurring presentations. The business is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, and was created in 2018.