There are great expectations that come with the new 40m Series of tiger. From its launch in the US to its success in the international market, this series of superconductive telecommunications devices is fast becoming a favorite among many users. The company recently secured a funding round led by Tiger Global.
Founded in 2017, Superconductive is a Salt Lake City based software startup that has garnered over $64.5 million in funding to date. The company recently closed a $40 million Series B round led by Tiger Global, which will be used to fund the development of a commercially supported data quality product.
Great Expectations is a top-flight open source tool for ensuring the integrity of your data. Its most notable feature is a “g” that can automatically verify the quality of your data. You can also manually write code or have it generate a code snippet. While the company has not yet announced plans for a consumer version of its flagship product, the company has a robust set of open source tools to choose from.
In addition to the open source tools, the company also boasts a burgeoning ecosystem of partners. Some of the more noteworthy include Komodo Health, Prefect, and Astronomer. These companies are using the tool to make sure their users are getting the most out of their data.
The company has a well-defined mission to improve the speed of data collaboration. One of its recent offerings is the Great Expectations Cloud, a managed software-as-a-service. This product is the company’s first foray into the SaaS space. To that end, it has also signed a multiyear partnership with Apache Airflow.
Mission to revolutionize the speed and integrity of data collaboration
It’s no secret that data quality is a major concern for many companies, especially in the enterprise. But while there are many vendors on the market that produce data quality tools, Superconductive is perhaps the only one that focuses on improving the quality of data, not just the quantity. Their open source tool, Great Expectations, is designed to make a positive impact on the bottom line while providing a useful tool for engineers to learn from.
To be honest, the company’s mission is to change the way you work. They are working to improve the quality of data, and a major focus of the company is to make Great Expectations a managed software as a service. However, the company is also taking steps to expand its reach into the commercial space. Specifically, the company has recently launched a new “Great Expectations Cloud” service. This is an automated cloud based data management platform that is scalable, scalable, and scalable.
In addition to its Great Expectations product, Superconductive also develops tools to improve data profiling, documenting, and testing. The company’s DISCoVER project is designed to create sustainable electronics, and the company has received a $15 million NSF award to name just a few. For now, the company has over 40 employees.
Funding round led by prominent technology investor Tiger Global
The latest funding round led by prominent technology investor Tiger Global Management demonstrates that the firm is not as bearish as its reputation suggests. While the fund has been slashing private funds by 24% in nine months through September and October, it still managed to raise nearly double its target, securing a total of $6.7 billion.
The new funding will support Locus Robotics’ ongoing R&D efforts, as well as its global market opportunity. As a result of the investment, the company will also be able to expand its existing portfolio of warehouse technology solutions.
This investment is part of an overall effort to boost the number of deals Tiger has done in the first quarter of the year. According to a recent report by The Information, the firm has raised more than 100 investment rounds in 2021.
The firm has been putting big money into startups that are advancing in hot sectors. It invested in companies that analyze spending at construction sites, and also invested in crypto and fintech startups. Some of its portfolio companies include TikTok parent ByteDance, and a group of startups that connect scooters.
Another deal led by Tiger Global Management was the $175 million Series F funding round for Contentful, the digital-first content platform. Contentful relies on thousands of companies to deliver digital experiences to users across the globe.