Pattern EQ aims to predict the future behavior of business by understating what drives the business and what impacts the revenue growth, forecasting how revenue streams will change and predicting customer behavior to boost overall customer retention. PatternEQ went out of business in May, 2015.
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Sep 12, 2014
CEO: Uzma Barlaskar Based in: San Francisco How PatternEQ works: Here’s the problem with data these days: It's absolutely vital to the success of your company, but it's also overwhelming. And expensive to mine. Take a small business, for example. “They can ask a question, but they need a data engineer to collect the data and clean it,” says Barlaskar. “Then they need a data scientist to analyze the data and build models, and programmers to implement those models, and finally you have your insights.” That whole process? Easily several weeks long and very expensive. That’s where PatternEQ comes in. It’s billed as “analytical software that takes data and makes it accessible to everyone" and starts at $1,000 a month. She walks the audience through a sample situation. Say a music subscription service, similar to Spotify, wants to know what factors are influencing its subscription rates. If the company connects PatternEQ with all of its different components (payment services, marketing channels, social media channels, etc. ), PatternEQ can crunch that data and build models that connect them. Page 1
PatternEQ Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Where is PatternEQ's headquarters?
PatternEQ's headquarters is located at San Francisco.
What is PatternEQ's latest funding round?
PatternEQ's latest funding round is Dead.
How much did PatternEQ raise?
PatternEQ raised a total of $50K.
Who are the investors of PatternEQ?
Investors of PatternEQ include Data Elite.