Big data analytics company SiSense raises $10 million from Battery, Opus and Genesis

Big Data Analytics Company SiSense has completed a $10 million in a second funding round led by Battery Ventures with participation from Opus Capital and Genesis Partners. 

SiSense is offering an end-to-end business intelligence (BI) software application designed for non-technical business users. The company subscription revenues grew 520% in past 12 months. SiSense will use the investment to meet demand for its solution.

“We are experiencing exponential sales growth and incredible buzz in the market – now it’s time to add oil to the fire. Our biggest challenge right now is growing the sales force and the support teams quickly enough to keep up with the demand,” said SiSense CEO, Amit Bendov.

SiSense Prism solution can analyze more data than traditional in-memory solutions, at a fraction of the cost, and can analyze on one node what normally requires 20 nodes. It provides automatic extraction from all major databases including Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, PostgreSQL and Intuit QuickBase, and applications like, Google Adwords, Google Analytics, Google Spreadsheets, Zendesk and Intuit QuickBooks, and data from Hadoop/Hive.

Sisense was founded in 2004 by Eldad Farkash, CTO at SiSense, and Elad Israeli, the company CPO. Sisense headquarters is located in California, US, and it operates an R&D center in Tel Aviv, Israel.


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