Tecton

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Tecton is a company that develops a data platform. It helps companies to build ML-driven applications to automate decisions at machine speed, deliver customer experiences, and re-invent business processes.
TypePrivate
Founded2019
HQTukwila, WA, US
Websitetecton.ai

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Employees (est.) (Apr 2020)17
Cybersecurity ratingBMore

Key People/Management at Tecton

Mike del Balso

Mike del Balso

CEO and Co-Founder
Kevin Stumpf

Kevin Stumpf

CTO and Co-Founder
Doug Brewster

Doug Brewster

VP Finance
Gaetan Castelein

Gaetan Castelein

VP Marketing
Mike Saparov

Mike Saparov

VP of Engineering
Matt Miller

Matt Miller

Director
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Tecton Office Locations

Tecton has offices in Tukwila and San Francisco
Tukwila, WA, US (HQ)
14240 Interurban Ave S #212
San Francisco, CA, US
548 Market St, San Francisco
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Tecton Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2019

Tecton total Funding

$60 m

Tecton latest funding size

$35 m

Time since last funding

8 months ago

Tecton investors

Tecton's latest funding round in December 2020 was reported to be $35 m. In total, Tecton has raised $60 m
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Tecton Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

87/100

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Tecton Online and Social Media Presence

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Tecton News and Updates

Tecton Named a 2021 Gartner Cool Vendor in Enterprise AI Operationalization and Engineering

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Tecton.ai emerges from stealth with $20M Series A to build machine learning platform

Three former Uber engineers, who helped build the company’s Michelangelo machine learning platform, left the company last year to form Tecton.ai and build an operational machine learning platform for everyone else. Today the company announced a $20 million Series A from a couple of high-profile inv…

Tecton Blogs

apply(meetup): Announcing the Speaker Lineup for August 11

Save your spot Here we go again! It seems like just yesterday we were hosting the first iteration of apply(). Now back by popular demand, we’re hosting apply(meetup) on August 11th from 9am to 12pm Pacific Time. This is going … Read More The post apply(meetup): Announcing the Speaker Lineup for Augu…

apply() Highlight: How to Use Fast & Fresh Features for Online Predictions

Online inference can significantly increase the impact of a machine learning model by incorporating fresh data. For example, if we’re building product recommendations for an e-commerce site, our model will benefit from information about what other products the user recently … Read More The post appl…

apply() Highlight: How Feature Logging Enables Real-Time ML

Generating training data for an online, real-time machine learning system can be tricky. In order to guard against temporal data leakage, training events must use only historical features that were valid as of that point in time. This requires effectively … Read More The post apply() Highlight: How …

Real-Time Aggregation Features for Machine Learning (Part 2)

In the following sections, we describe an approach to solving these challenges that we’ve proven out at scale at Tecton, and that has been used successfully in production at Airbnb and Uber for several years. The discussed approach explains Tecton’s implementation which relies entirely on open sourc…

Real-Time Aggregation Features for Machine Learning (Part 1)

Machine Learning features are derived from an organization’s raw data and provide a signal to an ML model. A very common type of feature transformation is a rolling time window aggregation. For example, you may use the rolling 30-minute order count of a restaurant to predict the order preparation ti…

apply() Conference Recap

Last month, on April 21 and 22, Tecton hosted apply(): the ML data engineering conference to share the latest best practices in ML data engineering. The conference brought together industry thought leaders and practitioners from over 30 leading organizations and … Read More The post apply() Conferen…
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Tecton Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Tecton founded?

    Tecton was founded in 2019.

  • Who are Tecton key executives?

    Tecton's key executives are Mike del Balso, Kevin Stumpf and Doug Brewster.

  • How many employees does Tecton have?

    Tecton has 17 employees.

  • Who are Tecton competitors?

    Competitors of Tecton include ThinkData Works, DataCanvas and Dathena.

  • Where is Tecton headquarters?

    Tecton headquarters is located at 14240 Interurban Ave S #212, Tukwila.

  • Where are Tecton offices?

    Tecton has offices in Tukwila and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Tecton have?

    Tecton has 2 offices.