Cursor, a San Francisco, CA-based developer of a data search and analytics hub, raised $2m in seed funding.
The round was led by Toba Capital, with participation from Ride Ventures and several angel investors.
Led by Adam Weinstein, co-founder and CEO, Cursor delivers a unified search experience across a company’s data assets — including queries, databases, and dashboards — making it easy for both business and technical users to quickly find the answer to any data question. Designed to scale from a single user to large enterprises, the platform enables users to:
– search across a company’s SQL queries, database metadata, and existing business intelligence platforms (e.g. Tableau, PowerBI, Looker, and more) to help pinpoint where the best answers live,
– integrate a modern query editor that works with both on-premise and cloud-based databases, and
– connect business users and data practitioners.
Cursor has launched its data search and analytics hub out of closed beta. Free to start using today, it has been adopted by teams at organizations including Apple, Atlassian, Deloitte, Incedo, LinkedIn, NovumRx, Slack, and more.