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June 12, 2017  ·  source:   ·  News

Incorta Expands Executive Team with Key New Hire

The No-data-warehouse Analytics Company Hires Former EMC/RSA and Ionic Security Veteran Mike Rogers to Lead Global Sales

SAN MATEO, Calif., — June 13, 2017 — Incorta, the real-time analytics platform that makes the traditional data warehouse obsolete, today announced seasoned enterprise sales executive...

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May 08, 2017  ·  source: incorta.com  ·  News
Case Study ,  Analytics ,  Data Management ,  Speed ,  ETL

Incorta Analytics Transforms How Toast Does Business

Toast Increases Revenue Using Incorta as Company-Wide Platform for Measurement and Decision-Making    

SAN MATEO, Calif., — May 9, 2017 —Incorta, the real-time analytics platform that makes the traditional data warehouse obsolete, today announced that Toast has implemented Incorta as its end-to-end platform...

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March 06, 2017  ·  source: The Register  ·  News
VC Funding ,  Data Warehouse Replacement ,  Analytics

Real-time Analytics Vendor Incorta Has Completed a $10 Million Series A Round of Financing led by GV

Real-time analytics platform vendor Incorta has completed a $10 million Series A round of financing, led by GV (formerly Google Ventures). Incorta also announced its Direct Data Mapping Engine which, rather than the traditional model of performing expensive and slow joins to combine data from...

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March 01, 2017  ·  source: Silicon Valley Business Journal  ·  News
VC Funding ,  Data Warehouse Replacement ,  Analytics

Google Ventures Backs Oracle Veterans' Startup that Hopes to Make Data Warehouses Obsolete

A group of former Oracle executives today launched Incorta, a data analytics startup that’s designed to help data analysts build reports faster.

The San Mateo-based company also announced it raised a $10 million Series A led by GV (formerly called Google Ventures).

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“With Incorta we are now in the business of creating frameworks, and allowing the business user to dive into their own data.”

Alan Davidson, Director IT Infrastructure - Broadcom