Founded Year

2012

Stage

Series G - II | Alive

Total Raised

$1.089B

Last Raised

$34.76M | 9 mos ago

Revenue

$0000 

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+10 points in the past 30 days

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About DataRobot

DataRobot offers an enterprise machine learning platform that empowers users of all skill levels to make better predictions faster. Incorporating a library of hundreds of open-source machine learning algorithms, the DataRobot platform automates, trains, and evaluates predictive models in parallel, delivering more accurate predictions at scale.

DataRobot Headquarter Location

225 Franklin Street 13th Floor

Boston, Massachusetts, 02110,

United States

857-540-9579

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Enterprise IT / AI

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DataRobot's Products & Differentiation

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  • DataRobot AI Cloud

    DataRobot AI Cloud is a unified environment built for the next generation of intelligent business. DataRobot AI Cloud serves as a single platform to accelerate delivery of AI to production and deliver clear business results for every organization, bringing together disparate data and users through enhanced collaboration and continuous optimization across the entire AI lifecycle. Built as a multi-cloud platform, DataRobot AI Cloud enables organizations to run on any combination of public clouds, data centers, or at the edge, with governance to protect and secure your business.

    Differentiation

    DataRobot AI Cloud delivers unique advantages to organizations: 

    Single platform for all users, unifying data scientists, analytics experts, IT and the business 

    Single view of all data from any source, any type (visual, text, geospatial, clustering, anomaly detection, multiclass, multilabel - out-of-the-box) 

    Unified, end-to-end platform across the AI lifecycle (Data Engineering + MLDev + MLOps + Decision Intelligence + TimeSeries) 

    Clear and trusted business outcomes (Explainable AI, End-to-End Bias and Fairness, Model Documentation) 

    Deployed and operated at scale on any cloud, in the data center, and at the edge 

    Modular and extensible, building on existing investments in applications, infrastructure, and IT operations systems (integrated with with other solutions) 

Expert Collections containing DataRobot

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DataRobot is included in 9 Expert Collections, including Unicorns- Billion Dollar Startups.

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Regtech

1,341 items

Technology that addresses regulatory challenges and facilitates the delivery of compliance requirements in FIs. Regulatory technology helps FIs and regulators address challenges ranging from traditional compliance and risk management to data reporting and transmission.

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AI 100

299 items

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Banking

380 items

Startups providing solutions to banks to automate processes and operations.

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Tech IPO Pipeline

568 items

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Artificial Intelligence

8,694 items

This collection includes startups selling AI SaaS, using AI algorithms to develop their core products, and those developing hardware to support AI workloads.

DataRobot Patents

DataRobot has filed 29 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Machine learning
  • Artificial neural networks
  • Classification algorithms
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7/9/2019

2/15/2022

Numerical climate and weather models, Microcontrollers, Climate modeling, Digital signal processors, Diagrams

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7/9/2019

Grant Date

2/15/2022

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Numerical climate and weather models, Microcontrollers, Climate modeling, Digital signal processors, Diagrams

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Latest DataRobot News

Tech employees face another tough week of cross-stage layoffs

May 13, 2022

Unfortunately, there’s more where last week came from. Following last week’s slew of layoffs in tech , this week had another dose of staff cuts across tech companies. Impact was felt across industries ranging from education to security, as well as stages from a post-Series A startup to a recently-SPAC’d business. Below, we’ve listed the latest companies that have laid off talent in response to the reset happening across startup land. Big shout out to Layoffs.fyi , a tracker that aggregates tips, spreadsheets of impacted employees, and other layoff details in one spot. Section4 Section4 , an up-skilling startup launched by prominent NYU professor  Scott Galloway , has laid off a quarter of staff sources say. The layoffs, which occurred last week, affected employees across all levels of seniority and teams, but specifically targeted a majority of the product team. The startup first splashed onto the scene in 2019 with a goal to scale business school-quality courses in a more affordable, and entirely virtual, way. CEO  Greg Shove  confirmed layoff details to TechCrunch over e-mail and said that 32 people were impacted. The executive declined to disclose specifics on what impacted employees were offered, but said that the severance package was “at market or better.” Shove added that there is no hiring freeze and that the company will continue to employ folks in engineering and enterprise. Part of that hiring focus, he adds, is that the startup is moving faster in serving the enterprise than individual consumers, so hiring will reflect that. Layoffs are a dramatic way to change strategies, but also signal that the company needs to play defense before it can entirely pivot. As we’ve been covering for months, consumer edtech has been flirting with selling to enterprises as to avoid revenue volatility (and land stickier contracts). Carvana Carvana, used-car retailer that went public in 2017, laid off 2,500 staff  as part of the company’s “previously announced plans to better align staffing and expense levels with sales volumes,” it claims in a filing. Per the same filing, reports Alex Wilhelm, the company is offering those laid off four weeks of pay plus an additional week for every year that they’ve been at the company. The company claims that the executive team is forgoing their salaries for the remainder of the year to contribute to severance pay. The mobility mets e-commerce startup surged on Thursday, after earlier hitting a two year low. I guess that’s how the market responds to people losing jobs? A Short squeeze? Latch Latch, an enterprise SaaS company that makes keyless-entry systems, has been struggling for the past few months – from experiencing a difficult SPAC debut to parting ways with its CFO, Garth Mitchell. Well, it looks like the business volatility has now trickled down to employees with the public company reportedly cutting 30 people, or 6% of its total staff, per an e-mail obtained by TechCrunch. DataRobot In 2019, DataRobot had just raised a $206 million Series E round from Sapphire Ventures, Tiger Global Management, and a number of other firms. Then, just weeks after COVID-19 arrived in the U.S., the Boston-based machine learning company conducted layoffs due to “ uncertainty .” Fast-forward to the present, DataRobot laid off another 7% of its workforce this week. With about 1,000 employees, these layoffs are estimated to affect around 70 people. In an email to staff obtained by The Information , CEO Dan Wright said that the layoffs were a response to changing market conditions after aggressive hiring last year ( a trend we saw across layoffs last week). “That level of investment is no longer sustainable for our business, particularly in the context of broader changes in the market, with investors now taking a harder look at efficiency and spending,” he said in the email. Meta, Twitter and Uber hiring freezes But wait, there’s more… On the heels of iffy Q1 earnings reports, some big tech companies are in trouble. Let’s start with Meta née Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg is all-in on building the metaverse, having just opened its first brick-and-mortar store . He also just demoed what’s to come on the company’s next headset, dubbed “ Project Cambria ,” which will incorporate mixed reality into the headset. But in Q1 alone , Meta’s Reality Labs — its VR and AR team — operated at a loss of $2.96 billion, and last year, Reality Labs lost over $10 billion . Meanwhile, Facebook’s user growth has become relatively stagnant. Last week, Insider reported that Facebook CFO David Wehner wrote in an internal memo that hiring will be paused across most engineering teams for the rest of the year, citing an “industry-wide downturn.” Then, this week, Reuters reported that Meta is preparing cutbacks in Reality Labs, a bad omen for its… burgeoning metaverse business. Some candidates for jobs at Meta have had their offers rescinded, per a viral LinkedIn post . Twitter employees are also facing a moment of uncertainty as they await Elon Musk’s impending takeover . Yesterday, CEO Parag Agrawal — who is expected to be replaced after Musk’s acquisition clears — asked two key executives to leave. The company is also undergoing a hiring freeze, which isn’t uncommon following M&A deals. “Effective this week, we are pausing most hiring and backfills, except for business-critical roles. We are also pulling back on non-labor costs to ensure we are being responsible and efficient,” a Twitter spokesperson told TechCrunch. And then that brings us to Uber, which is valued lower now than it was in mid-2019. “It’s clear that the market is experiencing a seismic shift and we need to react accordingly,” CEO Dara Khosrowshahi wrote . He added, “We will treat hiring as a privilege and be deliberate about when and where we add headcount. We will be even more hardcore about costs across the board.” It’s not easy to navigate the pandemic as a company that requires drivers and passengers to sit together in a car. But, Khosrowshahi’s note highlighted investors’ interest in products like Uber Eats, which set their service apart from competitors like Lyft. Still, food delivery isn’t the most profitable business either. Unfortunately, it’s usually the workers who get the short end of the stick in these situations, whether they’re tech staff or contracted gig workers. Khosrowshahi ended his note with an attempt at optimism (?) in a turbulent time. “GO GET IT!” he said.

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  • When was DataRobot founded?

    DataRobot was founded in 2012.

  • Where is DataRobot's headquarters?

    DataRobot's headquarters is located at 225 Franklin Street, Boston.

  • What is DataRobot's latest funding round?

    DataRobot's latest funding round is Series G - II.

  • How much did DataRobot raise?

    DataRobot raised a total of $1.089B.

  • Who are the investors of DataRobot?

    Investors of DataRobot include New Enterprise Associates, Sapphire Ventures, G20 Ventures, Tiger Global Management, T. Rowe Price and 33 more.

  • Who are DataRobot's competitors?

    Competitors of DataRobot include Accern, dotData, Canvass Analytics, ForePaaS, Continual, Spin Analytics, Pecan AI, causaLens, Formant, Datategy and 49 more.

  • What products does DataRobot offer?

    DataRobot's products include DataRobot AI Cloud.

  • Who are DataRobot's customers?

    Customers of DataRobot include The Adecco Group and Embrace Home Loans.

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