Posts Tagged ‘analytics platform’

CoolaData Raises $7.4M for Analytics Platform


Derrick Harris of GigaOM reports, “CoolaData, a Tel Aviv, Israel-based startup, has raised a $7.4 million series A round for its behavioral analytics service that’s built entirely atop Google’s cloud computing platform. Greylock IL and Carmel Ventures led the round. The company came about a year ago after co-founders Tomer Ben Moshe and Guy Greenberg were running a consulting business and realized a “tremendous hunger for what [they] call unified behavioral analytics,” Ben Moshe said during a recent interview. What that means is companies want to take all the data they’re collecting via web applications, combine it with internal data and then do things like cohort analysis, clustering and other statistical-analysis functions on top of it.” Read more

QuBit Raises $7.5M in Series A Funding

Ingrid Lunden of TechCrunch reports, “QuBit, a big-data startup whose analytics platform helps e-commerce sites with customer personalization, is today announcing that it has raised a Series A round of funding — $7.5 million led by Balderton Capital with participation from existing angel investors. Read more

Monster Ups Its Game with SeeMore

A short while ago, we reported that brought semantics to its platform. Now Monster has gone a step further: “ is getting into the cloud-computing mix with a new ‘semantic search and analytics platform’ service called SeeMore, which it launched on Thursday morning. Merging two hot capabilities —
cloud-based delivery and analytics — makes a lot of sense for Monster, which no doubt supplies many companies with a lot of data in the form of resumes. Giving them a relatively pain-free way to make the most of that information only makes Monster that much more valuable.” Read more