Realm provides a set of tools and platform technologies designed to make it easy for developers to build apps with powerful features — things like realtime collaboration, augmented reality, live data synchronization, offline experiences, messaging, and more. The core of the Company's product line is the Realm Mobile Database. A true object database, it transforms how developers work: live objects update automatically, run code in response to changes, and persist easily. The database fully replaces the old-fashioned SQLite-based databases that are the alternatives for iOS and Android developers today. The Company's flagship product, the Realm Mobile Platform, extends that core with realtime data synchronization and event handling on the server side, all seamlessly connected to the apps. Developers use the platform to build apps with powerful functionality like messaging, collaboration, and offline-first capabilities. The platform is also ideal for mobilizing existing APIs, making it easy to build highly responsive and engaging apps connected to legacy systems and services.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Founded
2011
Size (employees)
66 (est)-4%
Website
realm.io
Realm was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People/Management at Realm

Alexander Stigsen

Alexander Stigsen

CEO
Bjarne Christiansen

Bjarne Christiansen

Co-founder
Paul Kopacki

Paul Kopacki

CMO

Realm Office Locations

Realm has offices in San Francisco and Copenhagen
San Francisco, US (HQ)
148 Townsend St.

Realm Financials and Metrics

Summary Metrics

Founding Date

2011

Total Funding

$29 m

Latest funding size

$20 m

Time since last funding

over 2 years

Investors

Realm's latest funding round in March 2015 was reported to be $20 m. In total, Realm has raised $29 m

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Realm Online and Social Media Presence

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