Databricks Stock

databricks.comEnterprise Software / Data IntelligenceFounded: 2013Funding to Date: $4.25B

Databricks is a provider of unified data analytics solutions designed to helps organizations make all their data ready for analytics, empower data science and data-driven decisions across the organization, and rapidly adopt machine learning to outpace the competition. The company was founded in 2013 by Ali Ghodsi, Andy Konwinski, Ion Stoica, and Scott Shenker and is headquartered in San Francisco, CA.

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Management Team

Ali Ghodsi Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Hatim Shafique
Chief Operating Officer & Chief Customer Officer
Naveen Zutshi
Chief Information Officer
Rick Schultz
Chief Marketing Officer
Ron Gabrisko
Chief Revenue Officer
Reynold Xin Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Architect
Matei Zaharia Ph.D
Co-Founder, Chief Technologist & Board Member
Fermin Serna
Chief Security Officer
David Conte
Chief Financial Officer

Board Members

Benjamin Horowitz
Andreessen Horowitz
Peter Sonsini
New Enterprise Associates

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News Highlights

Databricks to Buy Data-Management Startup Tabular in Bid for AI Clients
To get more AI clients on board, Databricks is reportedly purchasing Tabular.
Exclusive: Databricks is expanding the scope of its AI investments with second VC fund
With a new VC fund, Databricks is growing its investments.
Top 5 Lessons Learned from Databricks' Journey from $400M to $1.5B+
Former Databricks VP Nadim Hossain shares top lessons from the company's growth, including innovating through first principles, founders diving deep, hiring adaptable product managers, building for customers, and embracing speed despite messiness.
Updated on: Jun 15, 2024


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