The 10 Coolest Big Data Startups Of 2014
CEO: Dane Atkinson
SumAll operates on the idea that big data analytics isn’t just for big businesses. The New York-based company provides an online analytic platform that collects data from a business' ecommerce, email marketing, social media and online traffic systems, as well as advertising systems like Google AdWords, and displays it in one interactive "visualization" interface.
Because of its emphasis on ease-of-use, SumAll, founded in 2011, sells to small and midsize businesses as well as big companies. Some statistics from the company's website include 233,000 SumAll users, $14 million in venture funding, an average employee age of 32.6 years, and the consumption of 22 kegs of beer per year.