Newly formed data analytics company Stytch has announced its entrance into the business intelligence market to innovate data preparation.
Launching an end-to-end analytics platform, the Vancouver startup is set to make it easier for business analysts to blend and model data.
Stytch is enabling rapid data preparation by allowing the sharing and reuse of data models across business teams, and by connecting analysts directly to the world’s largest business database from Dun & Bradstreet.
Stytch was founded by BI industry veteran Mark Cunningham, who has been on the original founding team of several successful BI companies, including Crystal Services, Symmetrics, and, most recently, Indicee.
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“With Stytch we wanted to bring together everything we’ve learned about BI in the past 25 years to create a complete analytics platform with more powerful, self-service data preparation tools”, explained Cunningham. “Most tools on the market today push sleek-looking dashboards but have failed to innovate in the data preparation space, leaving business teams still reliant on IT-curated data sources in order to do analysis. By using Stytch, enterprises have everything they need to get more insights, faster, including having the world’s largest business database at their fingertips.”