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10 Analytics and AI Startups You Should Know About

These young companies are examples of how startups are helping enterprises harness the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
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Image: Alation
Image: Alation


1. Alation

Alation's product is a data catalog powered by machine learning. The company says it boosts query discovery speed by 20% to 50%. This startup has an impressively long list of customers that includes American Express, College Board, Avista, PNC, General Mills, MassMutual, LinkedIn, Mailchimp, eBay, Salesforce, Go Daddy, and others. Gartner and Forrester both named Alation a leader in its market, and it also has earned several other industry accolades. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, it also has locations in London and India.

Website: Alation.com

Founded: 2012

Founders: Aaron Kalb, Feng Niu, Satyen Sangani, Venky Ganti

Headquarters: Redwood City, California

Funding: $82 million

Cynthia Harvey is a freelance writer and editor based in the Detroit area. She has been covering the technology industry for more than fifteen years. View Full Bio

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