- September 29, 2021
- Posted by: Stratford Team
- Category: Business
Sisu Data, which aims to help businesses make better decisions, announced today it has raised $62 million in a Series C round of funding led by Green Bay Ventures.
Existing backers Andreessen Horowitz (a16z) and NEA also put money in the round, along with new investor Geodesic Ventures. The financing brings San Francisco-based Sisu’s total raised since its 2018 inception to over $128 million. A16z and NEA co-led the company’s $52.5 million Series B in October of 2019.
Peter Bailis, a former Stanford University professor, founded Sisu Data out of his lab, spending years on research at the school before leaving to focus on the endeavor full time. The company’s mission is simple, even if the technology powering it is not: to operationalize the world’s data so that businesses can “make the best possible decisions.”
“Today, businesses have massive amounts of complex data, but not enough time, people or the right tools to analyze it,”…