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AI-driven Data Observability Startup Telmai Raises Seed Funding of $5.5 Million

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Telmai, a startup specializing in open architecture and AI-driven data observability, has successfully raised $5.5 million in seed funding. The oversubscribed round was co-led by Glasswing Ventures and .406 Ventures, with participation from existing investors such as Zetta Venture Partners.

The funding will enable Telmai to expand its team and meet the growing demand for its AI-driven data observability platform.

Telmai has achieved several significant milestones leading up to this funding round. The company has formed partnerships with industry giants such as Google Cloud, Snowflake, and Databricks to enhance anomaly detection, data quality monitoring, and data reliability in various data environments.

Telmai has also received industry recognition, with five-star customer ratings in the G2 Data Quality Grid Report. Notable customer wins include DataStax, Clearbit, and Merkle. The company has introduced new product capabilities like the Telmai data health dashboard, custom rules, end-to-end lineage, and private cloud support. Furthermore, Telmai has achieved SOC 2 Type 2 compliance, further establishing its commitment to data security and privacy.

Enterprises face significant challenges in maintaining the quality, reliability, and accuracy of their data ecosystems. With most businesses operating on hybrid data architectures, a scalable data observability platform becomes essential to detect issues across diverse data sources. Telmai addresses this need by delivering an innovative data observability platform that identifies data quality issues and anomalies at their source before ingestion into data warehouses and AI models.

Leveraging machine learning, Telmai offers a low-code, no-code interface that automatically detects issues across structured, semi-structured, and streaming data sources, enabling faster time to value for data teams. This approach sets Telmai apart from existing solutions in the market and positions the company for future growth.

Telmai’s platform has already demonstrated its value to companies like Clearbit, which relies on Telmai to ensure data quality and freshness for millions of records across various sources. The ML anomaly detection and scalable architecture provided by Telmai have been instrumental in Clearbit’s data management efforts, allowing them to meet their customers’ expectations for high-quality data.

Telmai is led by co-founders Mona Rakibe and Max Lukichev, both experienced leaders in the enterprise data space. Rakibe has a background in launching cloud products at prominent companies like Oracle and Dell EMC, while Lukichev previously served as the head of SignalFx Platform engineering at Splunk. Their collective expertise and understanding of the industry’s pain points have shaped the Telmai platform for scalability and future-proof data observability.

The investment from Glasswing Ventures and .406 Ventures, along with ongoing support from existing investors, will fuel Telmai’s growth and enable the company to execute its vision of making data observability simple and accessible to data teams. The superior architecture and scalability of Telmai’s platform have already positioned the company as a strong competitor in the market.

Rudina Seseri, Founder and Managing Partner at Glasswing Ventures, expressed excitement about Telmai’s differentiation and potential in the data observability market. Seseri praised Telmai’s scalable solution for enabling real-time monitoring, detection, and remediation of data issues, while Graham Brooks, Partner at .406 Ventures, highlighted Telmai’s future-proof architecture as a key factor in its success against market leaders.

With this seed funding, Telmai is poised to continue its mission of innovation, expansion, and addressing the critical data challenges faced by enterprises in today’s data-driven economy.

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