Google completed its acquisition of Looker, a Santa Cruz, CA-based provider of a data platform that delivers insights to user workflows, allowing organizations to extract value from their data.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Looker will strengthen Google Cloud’s analytics and data warehouse capabilities, including BigQuery.
With the acquisition, Google Cloud will offer customers a comprehensive analytics solution that integrates and visualizes insights at every layer of their business.
Led by Frank Bien, CEO, Looker provides a data platform that delivers insights to user workflows, allowing organizations to extract value from their data. Over 1,600 companies such as Sony, Amazon, The Economist, IBM, Spotify, Etsy, Lyft and Kickstarter have used it to power their data-driven cultures. The company has offices in San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Boulder, London, Dublin, and Tokyo, Japan. Investors included CapitalG, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meritech Capital Partners, Redpoint Ventures, First Round Capital, Sapphire Ventures and Goldman Sachs.