Data observability platform
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To accelerate the world’s adoption of data by reducing data downtime.
Dolores Heights, San Francisco, CA
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32% employee growth in 12 months
CEO of Otta
Dozens of billion dollar companies have emerged with a shared focus on easing the burden on engineering teams constantly battling to guarantee reliability in their products. For example, New Relic revolutionized application observability. In the same way, Monte Carlo is tackling data observability.
The service pulls information from metadata log metrics to help teams understand their data health, and if something breaks the product will send proactive notifications. The product is an off-the-shelf SaaS offering that customers can integrate and customize over time.
The company has won some major clients including big tech companies like Affirm and Intuit, but also JetBlue, PepsiCo, CNN, The New York Times, Asics, Rivian and others from many sectors. Its goal is to help companies reduce data downtime and the time data engineers must spend on tedious data quality tasks.
'Data Observability’ became a point of furore in venture capital in 2022. For example, in the span of one week, just three companies raised more than $400 million between them. Staying at the forefront of this industry will be an interesting challenge for the company.
Last 2 fundraises
This company has top investors
Monte Carlo closes $60M Series C on the back of rapid ARR growth
Previously VP of Customer Success Operations for Gainsight. Originally trained as a Management Consultant with Bain & Company. Also attended Stanford where they studied Mathematics and Computer Science.
Previously SVP of Engineering for another tech startup, Barracuda. Also previously worked for PayPal and holds an MBA from Stanford University.
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