Sisu, a San Francisco, CA-based comprehensive diagnostic platform for structured data, secured $52.5M in Series B funding.
The round, which brought total capital raised to $66.7M, was led by NEA, with participation from Andreessen Horowitz, the a16z Cultural Leadership Fund, and Green Bay Ventures.
The company intends to use the funds for expansion in the operational analytics market, where it already counts large enterprises like Samsung and Upwork as customers.
Led by Peter Bailis, CEO and founder, Sisu provides a comprehensive operational analytics platform for enterprises to diagnose why their critical metrics are changing. Based on years of research at Stanford University and proven at scale at Microsoft, Facebook and Google, its diagnostic analytics platform combines machine learning and statistical analysis to allow anyone to get answers to their business questions.
As part of the round, Pete Sonsini of NEA will join Sisu’s Board of Directors alongside Ben Horowitz and Peter Bailis, CEO.