Dataiku wants to conquer the American market with its predictive analyzes

by bold-lichterman

Companies produce a significant amount of data, but it is still necessary to know how to use it to make it useful. It is from this observation that Dataiku was born, a French start-up based within the Agoranov incubator, in Paris. “Dataiku bring software, Data Science Studio, which aims to make the work of developing a predictive application more productive and efficient», Explains to Frenchweb Clément Stenac, one of the co-founders.

The fields of application are very wide. These can be applications for the “smart city” (prediction of parking lots for example), logistics or even “predictive maintenance”, in order to anticipate the failure of a machine in manufacturers. “This requires a number of technical steps, ranging from data preparation – that is, starting from the raw data into usable data – to machine learning, that is, using the data. ‘an algorithm (…) to explain the past or predict the future», Specifies Mr. Stenac.

The company has several large accounts among its clients, including Chronopost, Capgemini, Blablacar and Vente-prive. Founded in 2012, Dataiku raised 3 million euros in January and will be opening an office in New York in the coming weeks. More details with Clément Stenac, co-founder of Dataiku.

Founders: Marc Batty, Thomas Cabrol, Florian Douetteau, Clément Sténac

Creation: 2012

Market : software for predictive application development

The head office : Paris

Funding: € 3 million raised in January 2015