Datalogue

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Datalogue is a group of computer scientists, business leaders and designers with a passion for data but frustrated with the amount of work that it takes to prepare data experiments. The Company builds data products that provide access and store data no matter where it is located or how it is formatted, allow to quickly identify what’s in the data through its industry-specific and customizable ontology detection, and automatically standardize, parse, and find redundancies in the data assets.


TypePrivate
Founded2016
HQNew York, NY, US
Websitedatalogue.io

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Employees (est.) (Jan 2021)30(-3%)
Cybersecurity ratingAMore

Key People/Management at Datalogue

Tim Delisle

Tim Delisle

Co-Founder & CEO
Bryan Russett

Bryan Russett

Co-Founder & COO
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Datalogue Office Locations

Datalogue has an office in New York
New York, NY, US (HQ)
641 6th Ave
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Datalogue Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2016

Datalogue total Funding

$1.5 m

Datalogue latest funding size

$1.50 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Datalogue investors

Datalogue's latest funding round in February 2017 was reported to be $1.5 m. In total, Datalogue has raised $1.5 m
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Datalogue Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

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94/100

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Datalogue Online and Social Media Presence

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Datalogue Blogs

3 ways to succeed in implementing data -intensive applications

Data-intensive applications are on the rise and — like homegrown applications — the need to custom build them for every data-intensive problem out there will widdle away with the rise of software that’s pre-built and easily deployable to solve common pain points of the modern enterprise.Surprisingly…

De-skill the problem to up-skill the team

Digital transformation has led to non-digital native companies flocking to technology vendors to help them transform the capabilities of their organizations.Unfortunately, executives I speak with from a plethora of non-digital native industries have come to realize that adopting the tech stack of di…

Why is Data Integration So Hard?

Today we think about data all the time. So much so that the phrase “data-driven” is now a core part of corporate lexicons, synonymous with “good” or “well informed” and the opposite of let’s say, bad or speculative. Data and data analytics are so prevalent today, it’s hard to imagine a time where th…

Fixing the Data Integration Problem

Data integration as part of your self service toolkit.The process of integrating data, which we went over in a previous blog post, is time consuming because of the multiple handoffs needed between analytics teams and IT to compensate for the data subject matter experts (SMEs) being separate from the…

Your Analytics Problem is Actually a Data Integration Problem.

Analytics are important for your enterprise. It’s why your business is likely spending a ton of money a year on analytics software, hardware to run that software and talent to wield it.However, it’s just as likely that the returns on those investments and efforts aren’t where you want them to be.It’…

The 5 essentials to transform your enterprise into a data-driven organization

5 essentials to transform your enterprise into a data-driven organizationAutomation powers revolutions.Throughout history we have seen automation drive step functions in efficiency and productivity, across industries, across cultures, across centuries.The time is ripe now to bring automation to bear…
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Datalogue Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Datalogue founded?

    Datalogue was founded in 2016.

  • Who are Datalogue key executives?

    Datalogue's key executives are Tim Delisle and Bryan Russett.

  • How many employees does Datalogue have?

    Datalogue has 30 employees.

  • Who are Datalogue competitors?

    Competitors of Datalogue include Ushur, Cogito Tech LLC and ASAPP.

  • Where is Datalogue headquarters?

    Datalogue headquarters is located at 641 6th Ave, New York.

  • Where are Datalogue offices?

    Datalogue has an office in New York.

  • How many offices does Datalogue have?

    Datalogue has 1 office.