Our software uses machine learning to identify new prospects and actionable sales triggers from thousands of data sources, helping reps open doors to new business and elevate their customer conversations. DataFox counts companies like Box, UPS, Twilio, and InsightSquared as customers and is backed by Goldman Sachs, Green Visor Capital and Google Ventures.

HQSan Francisco, US
Size (employees)142 (est)-3%
DataFox was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US
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DataFox Office Locations

DataFox has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
324 5th St
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DataFox Financials and Metrics

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DataFox total Funding

$6.8 m

DataFox latest funding size

$5 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

DataFox investors

DataFox's latest funding round in July 2015 was reported to be $5 m. In total, DataFox has raised $6.8 m
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DataFox News and Updates

Randi Zuckerberg: ‘Smaller cities are paving the way for entrepreneurs’

Randi Zuckerberg, the technology executive and entrepreneur behind Zuckerberg Media, doesn’t do things in the traditional way. A strong advocate for STEM education, particularly for females, Zuckerberg has firsthand experienced being an outlier — she describes how, in her early days in Silicon Valle…
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DataFox Blogs

Ops Stars Highlights: What Was Everyone Talking About? 3 Highlights and 6 Tips

It's been another big year for Ops Stars! With multiple keynote presentations, 40+ panel sessions, and practitioner workshops, there were plenty of opportunities to engage and learn from brilliant operations leaders. We rounded up three common themes and six actionable tips to take home. The Hi…

The History of our Solr and Performance

One of most powerful things DataFox can do is allow our users to search, filter, and sort on a combination of their proprietary data and our own constantly growing company database. Users can construct complex queries such as: find me all companies in San Francisco whose headcount is 5 - 5000, have …

Key Questions Every Operations Leader Should Ask At Ops Stars

Ops Stars is a unique opportunity to surround yourself with dedicated operations leaders in sales, marketing, and revenue functions. With multiple keynote presentations, 20+ panel sessions, and even more workshops, you won't want to miss the chance to network with your peers and learn from the best …

DataFox Helps Sales Teams Balance Territories with New Capabilities Added to the Industry's Most Data-Driven Account Scoring Solution

A Fast Customer Favorite, We Revamped Our Account Scoring Solution with New Visualizations and Dynamic Tiering to Remove Grunt Work and Guess Work from Territory Planning Processes We're excited to announce newly added capabilities to our Account Scoring solution, designed to help sales teams prior…

Moving from Searching to Selling: Driving Account-Based Alignment

Editor's Note: Recognized as one of Indiana’s Forty-under-40, Kyle Lacy is a husband to a beautiful wife and a father to a cat, dog and two little boys. His days, however are spent as a strategic marketing leader focused on the high-growth software space. As the Vice President of

Meetup Panel: Sales Ops' Role In ABM

In the B2B sales world, you'll struggle going more than a day without hearing about ABM initiatives. The buzzword itself has been so overused, it's taken on a life of its own. But what does ABM really mean? And what does it mean to support ABM from a sales operations
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