The 10 Hottest SaaS Startups Of 2021 (So Far)
Wade Tyler Millward
CRN gives a rundown of the 10 hottest software-as-a-service startups so far this year: from CodeSignal, whose software helps recruiters test software development job candidates, to Zuper, the maker of field services deployment software.
Top Executive: Barr Moses, CEO and co-founder
Headquarters: San Francisco
Monte Carlo’s software takes on “data downtime,” the wasted hours data teams spend on broken dashboards, inaccurate analytics and poorly trained machine learning models.
This company’s software uses machine learning to learn what a customer’s data looks like and alert workers to issues. Data isn’t extracted from the datastore and implementation comes code free. Users of Monte Carlo include Fox, Hearst and Vimeo, according to Monte Carlo’s website.
In February, Monte Carlo raised a $25 million Series B round of funding, bringing total funding to $40 million, according to a company statement.