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[Funding alert] CA-based Artie Secures $3.3Million in Seed Funding

CA-based Artie secures $3.3million in seed funding. This round was led by Exponent Founders Capital with participation from General Catalyst, Y Combinator, and many angel investors including Benn Stancil, Lenny Rachitsky, and Arash Ferdowsi.
Founders Robin Tang (left) and Jacqueline Cheong (right)

CA-based Artie secures $3.3million in seed funding. This round was led by Exponent Founders Capital with participation from General Catalyst, Y Combinator, and many angel investors including Benn Stancil, Lenny Rachitsky, and Arash Ferdowsi.

In early 2023, Robin Tang and I launched Artie with a vision to revolutionize how companies transfer data. Their mission is to make database replication real-time, reliable, and cost effective.

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Robin brings a wealth of experience, having previously scaled infrastructure at Opendoor, Zendesk, and several early stage startups. My background as an investor in public software companies complements his expertise, equipping them with a unique blend of technical and market insights.

Artie syncs databases and data warehouses in real-time and in a reliable way. They created Artie because of a critical industry gap: the majority of companies are still utilizing batched ETL (extract, transform, load) processes to sync data.

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Traditional batch ETLs not only introduce data lag in the data warehouse, hindering real-time analytics and operational use cases, but also result in data consistency and scalability issues.

Artie is unique in its use of change data capture (CDC) and streaming technology to sync data, along with the ability to automatically handle schema evolution in-flight. This approach ensures high data integrity while dramatically reducing latency to seconds.

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It is also more cost-effective by eliminating the need to process large batches of data. Their solution empowers customers to operationalize their data warehouse and generate more timely, impactful insights.

They were lucky to work with Substack, a leading subscription network, as their first customer. Substack previously used batched ETLs to move production data from their databases into Snowflake. These batches would transfer data every few hours or even overnight.

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This delayed their data analysts’ ability to analyze experiment data and initiate new workflows, which lowered overall organizational productivity. After implementing Artie, data lag was slashed dramatically to a mere 10-15 seconds.

About Artie

Artie is a software as a service (SaaS) solution that reduces latency from hours or days to seconds by enabling real-time data replication from databases to data warehouses. They enable businesses to get insights from their data more quickly and boost the productivity of data teams.

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