Kensho Technologies

Kensho combines natural language search queries, graphical user interfaces, and secure cloud computing to create a new class of analytics tools for investment professionals. Addressing the three biggest challenges surrounding investment analysis on Wall Street today—speed, scale, and automation—Kensho's intelligent computer systems are capable of answering complex financial questions posed in plain English.

Founded in the spring of 2013 out of MIT and Harvard, Kensho's senior team members come from veteran positions at Google, Apple, and the United States Federal Reserve. They are a diverse and spirited group of engineers, scientists, and financial professionals who are accomplished analytical thinkers and passionate problem solvers. Together, their multi-talented team includes PhD physicists, a three time International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI) world champion, PhD economists, internationally competitive chess players, the author of Quantitative Finance for Physicists, a member of the original Apple iPhone engineering team, and one of the youngest ever entrants to Harvard College (age 15). They are proud of individual accomplishments, as well as the collaborative environment they've built, and what they're capable of as a team.

Company Growth (employees)
Cambridge, US
Size (employees)
77 (est)+10%
Kensho Technologies was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Cambridge, US

Key People at Kensho Technologies

Matt Taylor

Matt Taylor

Adam Broun

Adam Broun

Daniel Nadler

Daniel Nadler

Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer

Kensho Technologies Office Locations

Kensho Technologies has offices in Cambridge, New York and San Francisco
Cambridge, US (HQ)
17 Dunster St
San Francisco, US
330 Townsend St
New York, US
285 Fulton St

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Kensho Technologies's latest funding round in February 2017 was reported to be $50 m. In total, Kensho Technologies has raised $108.3 m

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