Zoomdata, which converts data from many sources into a more understandable visual format, now has $25 million in new funding to build out that business.
Principal Strategic Investments Group led this Series C round joined by Comcast
Ventures and existing backers Accel Partners, Columbus Nova Technology Partners and NEA. Total funding now stands at $47.2 million.
Zoomdata, based Redwood Shores, Calif., is one of a bevy of new-age business intelligence companies including Tableau
, Qliktech, Looker, Palantir and Trifacta, which just scored a $35 million round of its own.
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The company provides a window, or dashboard, on data residing in a Cloudera, Hortonworks Hadoop or other repository. And, unlike some competitors, it claims it can query Oracle
, or streaming data natively—which means the user does not have to “clean up” that data first using a traditional Extract Tranform Load (ETL) tool.