Anomalo Secures $33M in Funding to Support Increasing Demand for its Data Quality Platform

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Anomalo, a leading data quality platform company, has successfully raised $33 million in Series B funding. This funding will allow the company to further enhance its platform and expand its engineering and go-to-market teams to meet the growing demand for its services.

This brings the total funding raised by Anomalo to $72 million. The round was led by SignalFire, with strategic investor Databricks Ventures also participating, along with previous investors Norwest Venture Partners, Two Sigma Ventures, and Foundation Capital.

“The world is increasingly reliant on data, and as a result, data quality has become a critical issue for businesses. Anomalo is proud to be a key part of the data journey for a diverse set of enterprise customers,” said Elliot Shmukler, co-founder and CEO of Anomalo.

Anomalo was founded by Shmukler and Jeremy Stanley, CTO, who both have a background in data quality from their time at Instacart. Their platform utilizes AI to automatically detect and understand data issues, enabling teams to address any issues before making critical decisions or running operations.

In addition to issue detection, Anomalo offers metadata-based monitoring of entire data warehouses, providing customers with peace of mind regarding the quality of their data.

“Anomalo has shown rapid growth in 2023 and has the best product approach in the market. As more businesses adopt data analytics into core processes, it’s crucial that the underlying data is accurate and current. Anomalo ensures that enterprise customers have the highest quality data,” said Chris Scoggins, general partner at SignalFire and new board director at Anomalo.

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