Gigasheet, a Washington, DC-based startup that brings data science and big data analytics capabilities to anyone who can use a spreadsheet, raised $7M in Series A funding.
The round was led by Accomplice, Argon, Founder Collective, and REV with participation from Dmitri Alperovitch and Rich Miner.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate growth and expand its business reach.
Led by CEO Jason Hines and CTO Garth Griffin, Gigasheet provides a no-code analytics platform that helps organizations investigate massive data sets without the need for a database, an IT team, or knowledge of any query language like SQL. The company offers a free community version on their website where anyone can upload big data files like CSV or JSON. The Premium paid level of Gigasheet provides more capacity, direct integrations with SaaS platforms, databases, and cloud storage. Their forthcoming enterprise offering will provide bundles of advanced features for users in fields like cybersecurity and sales and marketing operations.