After nine months in a secret beta and a public launch in September, Indicative co-founders and serial entrepreneurs Jeremy Levy and Andrew Weinreich have managed to sew up $2 million in financing for their new company tackling the problem of how to provide low-cost analytics easy to use analytics software for web and mobile companies.
There have been over 50 companies launched that are targeting the broad “analytics market in 2014 alone, according to data from CrunchBase, but what Levy and Weinreich say sets their company apart is their ability to integrate data storage and analytics to give any user the ability to query and interpret data in an incredibly easy-to-use manner.
“We built a proprietary data store that allows us to store data very cheaply,” says Levy. “[And] we built proprietary visualization tools which are designed to be incredibly easy to use.”
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