By Grant Shirk - October 16, 2019
While an endless number of tools help companies store, sort and visualize their tsunami of data, he says Sisu goes a step further. It doesn’t just let companies track key performance indicators, like customer conversion rates or churn, it aims to show which specific factors are responsible for a change.
“We nail the ‘why,’” he says. “And no one can match our speed or the result quality.”
Bailis, a former Stanford researcher and assistant professor currently on leave, founded Sisu last year, but the so-called operational analytics company is emerging from stealth Wednesday with a $52.5 million Series B round of funding led by NEA, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz and Green Bay Ventures, bringing its total funding to $66.7 million.