Datorios (formerly Metrolink) raises $22M
Datorios (formerly Metrolink), an Israel and Palo Alto-based startup specializing in data management, has raised $22 million in a seed funding round led by Grove Ventures, a leading Israeli early-stage venture capital firm. The funds will be used to expand the company’s research and development, marketing, and sales efforts, as well as facilitate its U.S. expansion. Datorios offers a platform that allows enterprises to build and deploy dataflow infrastructures using no-code visual development tools. The platform supports data pipelines, transformations, and integration with existing processes and databases, and claims to offer more robust functionality with ready-to-deploy connectors and prebuilt transformation tools compared to its competitors.
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