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Rivery CEO: New Platform Gives Customers ‘The Autonomy They Need To Have With Their Data’

‘The biggest thing that we are doing in this self-service launch is mainly the idea to cut off all the barriers, to be able to engage with the data, to be able to operate, to ingest data into your data warehouse or data lakes,’ says Itamar Ben Hemo, Rivery CEO.

Rivery, a New York-based software company, recently launched a self-service platform that allows data analysts and engineers to access the platform to ingest, transform and manage their data autonomously using pre-engineered data models.

The platform removes traditional barriers from companies that want to work in DataOps and enables them to hit the ground running. For teams that will require high-frequency updates to large data sets, Rivery plans to continue providing monthly and annual offerings that are more cost-effective at scale.

“The biggest thing that we are doing in this self-service launch is mainly the idea to cut off all the barriers, to be able to engage with the data, to be able to operate, to ingest data into your data warehouse or data lakes,” Itamar Ben Hemo, Rivery CEO, told CRN. “It’s the ability to give the customers the autonomy that they need to have with their data and make it accessible.”

Rivery’s mission, he said, is to democratize the data in an organization.

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Rivery allowed prospective customers to try the new platform and work with it on a daily basis and received positive feedback.

“Rivery’s performance improvements allowed us to get more data into the system and at a quicker rate,” said Mark Sturino, director of analytics at New York-based Good Apple Digital, a Rivery partner. “This allowed us and our clients to make quicker, more accurate and better-informed business decisions.”

Ben Hemo said that working with customers on their long-term plans has been key to the company’s growth.

“As a hyper-growth company, we always want to keep growing the company,” Ben Hemo said. “Since the first year, year over year, we’ve seen triple the revenue. Our commitment is better because when you can speak with the customers and think about their long-term plans, you’re able to maximize the deal on day one.

Rivery’s platform is also a new approach to data operations and data management. Its prefabricated data models allow customers to save time and customize their data to fit their needs.

“Rivery is designed to democratize access to data,” Aviv Noy, co-founder and CTO of Rivery, said in a statement. “By empowering teams to gain access to insights faster than ever before, we aim to give our customers the accessibility, agility and autonomy they deserve.”

When companies shift to the cloud, they start to see new players that provide similar offerings, Ben Hemo said.

“With the rise of SaaS, those companies came to face to face with some challenges in the growth of self-service,” he said. “In that space, you started to see tools like ours and what they did was grow the self-service experience and the SaaS offering as an extreme in this specific vertical.”

Some competitors, he said, only covered one piece of the puzzle.

“So customers now had to work with four to five tools in order to build the data management stack,” he said. “[Competitors] just released one feature, but it’s not only that we have the transformation, we have the ability to run Python, we have the ability to run programmatically from outside of the platform, we have the ability to deploy and manage for environments—so all the foundations of data operations.”

 

 

 

 

 

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