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SwiftIQ, SafeGraph, Semantics3, Infor Birst, Wiser Solutions, and Retalon are six competitors of Datasembly based on the services they offer, the customers they target, and their estimated annual revenues. The details of these companies are compiled into the attached spreadsheet under the respective company names. Below are excerpts of the data from the spreadsheet.
- Datasembly was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. It has had two funding rounds that have raised a total of $1.5 million. The company's most recent investors are Forefront Venture Partners and Plug and Play Brand & Retail.
- Datasembly provides a "data-as-a-service model which enables researchers and analysts to focus on extracting and capitalizing on insight from the data." The company collects pricing data online to provide businesses with access to millions of grocery — and retail-pricing data sets from hundreds of grocery stores.
- In 2019, Datasembly launched a mobile app that tracks the prices of milk, eggs, and butter nationally. The company uses proprietary software that leverages machine learning and natural language processing to transform diverse data into organized information.
- Datasembly provides brands with real-time data, i.e., grocery & retail pricing and assortment data. It provides retailers with revenue management, enhanced store management, and product launches & seasonality solutions.
- SwiftIQ was founded in 2011 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. In 2013, it launched its product — Retail Execution Cloud when to rival AmazonFresh. PDI acquired SwiftIQ in January 2020 for an undisclosed amount, while Crunchbase projected SwiftIq's information technology spend for 2020 at $78,000.
- SwiftIQ provides brands and retailers with a more accurate, real-time, and tactical execution platform to connect data and allow insights across the retail sector, in particular, the supply chain and customer experience domains. It aims to help retailers execute more profitably and access an intelligent system to help improve in-store customer experiences.
- SwiftIQ claims to be the most granular platform providing comprehensive data and insights applications and powerful APIs to extend integration. It also claims to offer a transformative infrastructure similar to Amazon's and capable of giving retailers on-demand insight and agility.
- The company has created a unique set of data management workflows, self-service analytics, and artificial intelligence that determine the impact of any action, forecast demand and provide one-to-one customized experiences.
- SafeGraph was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company has had three funding rounds facilitated by investors like Ridge Ventures, Naval Ravikant, and Corazon Capital. SafeGraph.com website attracts 40,213 monthly web visitors. As of April 2017, its post-money valuation was valued from $50 million to $100 million.
- The company seeks to unlock complex data problems to enable humans and machines to answer some of today's challenging questions. The company focuses on Points-of-Interest (POI) data and business listings, among other data points.
- Generally, SafeGraph builds and maintains data sets to help drive machine learning and artificial intelligence for various industries. The company has raised a total of $16 million from investors, including Sam Yagan, Dan Engel, Naval Ravikant, Corazon Capital, etc.
- Business listing and building footprint data, integration solutions, and store visitor analytics data, i.e., (foot-traffic counts and POI for consumer demographic insights data) are the products and services provided by SafeGraph.
- Semantics3 was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Zillionize, Angel, and E-Merge are the three investors funding the company. Semantics3 has been providing big data solutions since 2011 and recently partnered with Jamaica Customs Agency to deploy AI technologies to customs calculations.
- The company manages the world's biggest ecommerce product database. It provides ready-to-use structured ecommerce metadata and product pricing information. Semantics3 claims to be the artificial intelligence (AI) and data platform for the ecommerce and logistics sectors.
- Retail Catalog Feeds featuring top retailers online, and ecommerce categorization are some solutions provided by Semantics3. Others include HS Classification, Universal Product Catalog, and vector search & deduplication.
- Semantics3 claims to be the "data & AI platform for ecommerce and logistics. It helps businesses to create better product listings. Semantics3 also tracks pricing details, market share, and market data.
- Infor Birst was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Francisco Bay Area, California. It previously ran an enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution in 2002 before expanding and introducing new advanced solutions. In April 2017, Infor acquired Birst, while in 2010, it hired Charles Phillips as its new CEO.
- The company provides cloud business intelligence and analytics solutions for various sectors. It helps organizations to connect their data with the platform for improved decision-making and rich insights. Birst builds comprehensive cloud-based industry suites and deploys solutions that enhance customer experiences, leverage big data, and integrate into existing company systems.
- Infor Birst offers both an enterprise business intelligence platform that helps businesses optimize challenging processes. It also features an analytics platform that enables businesses to make smarter decisions.
- The company raised a total of $129 million in three funding rounds by HWVP, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners and Wellington Management.
- Wiser Solutions was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco Bay Area, California. The company started offering data services in 2012 and has expanded into two locations, with the other one in Boston. In September 2016, Quad Analytix acquired Wiser Solutions. The company is also funded by InterWest Partners and NXT Ventures, among other investors.
- Wiser Solutions provides actionable digital and in-store data to help businesses make informed decisions. Using advanced capabilities, Wiser collects and analyzes digital and in-store data faster, accurately, and with an unmatched scale. The company focuses on providing retailers with price intelligence, retail auditing, and map monitoring solutions.
- Wiser Solutions' products and services include map monitoring and compliance capabilities for sales growth and distribution, price intelligence to help businesses make informed pricing decisions, and retail auditing and mobile crowdsourcing services.
- Wiser Solutions' value proposition to customers is that it simplifies and streamlines the complex omnichannel retail data analysis to enable them to understand what their businesses need.
- Retalon was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has become a leader in retail predictive analytics solutions is praised by industry-leading market research and consulting companies like Gartner, Deloitte, IBM, and Microsoft. Retalon is projected to spend about $177,200 on information and technology.
- The company provides retail businesses with predictive analytics solutions. Its "advanced retail predictive analytics & AI solutions" serve various business functions, including inventory management, merchandising, planning, pricing optimization, and supply chain. Retalon unifies advanced mathematics with retail management experience to successfully provide retail analytics solutions.
- Its products, services, and solutions include planning, i.e., financial planning, merchandise planning, in-season planning, etc. Other solutions include inventory management for smart allocations, inventory transfers, etc. Lastly, the company also offer pricing, promos & markdowns solutions such as price management optimization, etc.
- Retalon claims that its analytics platform provides retailers with improved forecast accuracy, refined automation, and business intelligence & enabling tools that provide actionable results. The company also claims to be trusted by the world's leading retail brands like EB Games, Sony, Paper Store, Energizer, etc.
To identify the six competitors to Datasembly, your research team commenced by examining reports on the top companies for consumer packaged goods data (CPG) published by Venture Radar. We also searched for information regarding the competitors of Datasembly by exploring business intelligence and competitor profiling websites such as Pitchbook, Craft.co, AngelList, Zoominfo, Owler, and Crunchbase. Using these resources, we managed to retrieve many CPG and retail data companies; therefore, we narrowed down our approach to filter the remaining companies based on their estimated annual revenue, sectors served, customers they target to ensure we remained with those that match the solutions offered by Datasembly. In this regard, we selected companies that serve similar sectors as Datasembly and have annual revenue ranges that are close to that of Datasembly. Overall, using the above metric, we managed to identify SwiftIQ, SafeGraph, Semantics3, Infor Birst, Wiser Solutions, and Retalon as the six competitors of Datasembly. In-depth analyses of each company are provided in the attached spreadsheet.