ThoughtSpot Stock

thoughtspot.comEnterprise Software / Data IntelligenceFounded: 2012Funding to Date: $802.88MM

ThoughtSpot, founded in 2012, is a developer of software designed to empower anyone to use simple natural language to create new data-driven insights or surface those generated by others from across their entire enterprise. ThoughtSpot's low-code development platform also allows customers to embed consumer-grade analytics into their SaaS offerings or build entirely new interactive data apps that engage users.

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Management Team

Sudheesh Nair
Chief Executive Officer & Board Member
Mohit Daswani
Chief Financial Officer
Cindi Howson
Chief Data Strategy Officer
Amit Prakash Ph.D
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer
Sumeet Arora
Chief Development Officer
Scott Holden
Chief Marketing Officer
Ajeet Singh
Co-Founder & Executive Chairman

Board Members

Arif Janmohamed
Lightspeed Venture Partners
Hemant Taneja
General Catalyst
Jayendra Das
Sapphire Ventures
Keith Rabois JD
Khosla Ventures
Ravi Mhatre
Lightspeed Venture Partners
Sven Strohband Ph.D
Khosla Ventures

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News Highlights

ThoughtSpot unveils new tool that integrates OpenAI's LLM
The analytics vendor unveiled a variety of new capabilities, including Sage, which integrates OpenAI's generative AI technology to improve natural language search.
ThoughtSpot Announces Partnership with Google Cloud and Integrates with Looker to Transform How Companies use Data
Google Cloud and ThoughtSpot deepen partnership with the launch of ThoughtSpot as an independent SaaS analytics platform built on Google Cloud, integrations with ThoughtSpot and Looker, and new capabilities for ThoughtSpot Sheets Analytics and Google Connected Sheets to help companies model, analyze, and act on data in Google Cloud.
ThoughtSpot adds GPT-3 integration to help customers query data
ThoughtSpot’s generative AI entry, which lets you query your data using natural language to get text or a graph back, as appropriate, with the correct response.
Updated on: May 26, 2024


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