Big Data Analytics companies

Best Big Data Analytics Companies in San Francisco

Big Data remains one of the fastest-growing sectors in tech. In fact, revenues for Big Data Analytics software and services are projected to rise from $42 billion in 2018 to $103 billion in 2017, an average annual growth rate of 10.48%.

With so much promise on the horizon, it’s a great time to sell Big Data software and services. Here are ten Big Data companies in the San Francisco Bay area who are currently hiring for sales roles:

1. Amplitude

101-250 employees
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Amplitude is using Big Data to improve customer experience through its leading behavioral analytics platform. Moreover, the platform helps companies better understand customer behavior by providing insights into how customers use products and engage with content. Leading customers include Microsoft, PayPal, and Samsung. Amplitude has received investments from leading venture capitalists such as Venture Capitol, Sequoia, and Y Combinator.

Above all, the company achieves high marks on Glassdoor, with an average rating of 4.6 stars. 95% of employees would recommend Amplitude. Besides, its employees enjoy a generous parental leave policy, commuting benefits, and a wellness stipend. In fact, lunches and dinners are catered, and there are weekly yoga classes at the office.

2. Periscope Data by Sisense

101-250 employees
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Periscope Data offers cloud-native tools for data visualization and analysis. Now that the company has merged with Sisense, cloud machine learning platforms will soon be integrated into the platform. Indeed, Periscope hopes to offer a one-stop tool for Big Data needs.

The newly merged company has more than 700 employees and $100 million in annual revenues. In 2018, Deloitte ranked Periscope Data as the fourth-fastest growing tech company in North America. In fact, Adobe, Tinder, and Spotify are some of Periscope’s best-known customers.

Periscope has a 4.9-star rating on Glassdoor and has won numerous awards for being a great place to work at. Perks and benefits include catered lunches, 100% covered health insurance, and commuter benefits.

3. memSQL

101-250 employees
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memSQL’s No-Limits Database is a highly scalable SQL database that is optimized for operational analytics and cloud-native applications. In fact, the platform enables users to receive much faster responses to queries that are available through legacy database systems. Besides, Uber and Kellogg use memSQL to power their databases. 

Perks of working at memSQL include catered meals, commuter benefits, and comprehensive health insurance. In addition, the San Francisco offices are dog-friendly and employees can personalize their workstation according to their own preferences.

4. Clever

Big Data Analytics Companies

101-250 employees
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Clever is bringing Big Data to the educational space. In fact, the platform provides educational software applications as an easier way to connect to schools. For this purpose, Clever enables teachers to spend less time dealing with technological mishaps and more time engaging with innovative edtech. More than half of all K-12 schools in the U.S. use Clever in some way. Investors include the Sequoia Fund and Peter Thiel’s Founders Fund. The company ranked #4 on The Wall Street Journal’s list of Top 25 Tech Companies to Watch.

Employees enjoy comprehensive benefits, catered lunches, and Amazon Learning Credits. Clever hosts an annual retreat in the forest of Mendocino.

5. Mode Analytics

Big Data Analytics Companies

51-100 employees
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Mode Analytics offers a collaborative platform for data analysts. To this end, the company’s goal is to make advanced data analytics available to companies of all sizes. In fact, users can conduct advanced data analytics within minutes. Lyft, Shopify, and Zillow are customers, and the company’s investors include REV and Foundation Capital.

The company strives to provide an inclusive and accessible workplace by offering a variety of working spaces with different volumes and lighting. Employees receive funds for continued education in addition to catered lunches and full benefits. Indeed, Mode Analytics describes itself as a Nerf gun-free office that values collaborative work and constant challenging of bias.

6. SchoolMint

Big Data Analytics Companies

51-100 employees
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SchoolMint is improving the educational experience by providing tools to manage the school enrollment process and school climate. For example, its Tardy Management program makes it easier for schools to track and deal with tardies and other minor infractions.

Indeed, the platform serves public schools and charter schools. About 10% of schools in the U.S. are SchoolMint customers. This includes Chicago Public Schools, Los Angeles Unified School District, and New York City Charter School Center.

7. BuildZoom

Big Data Analytics Companies

51-100 employees
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BuildZoom is harnessing the power of Big Data to revolutionize the construction industry. With this in mind, the platform connects people and businesses to local contractors who best serve their needs. BuildZoom benefits both contractors and people in need of hiring contractors. More than a million users use the platform every month, and that number is growing. The company’s investors are Y Combinator, Founders Fund, and Brick & Mortar Ventures. 

8. Blueshift

Big Data Analytics Companies

11-50 employees
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Blueshift’s platform enables intelligent customer engagement for cross-channel marketing by turning data into actionable insights for marketers. AI powers the platform, which is used by customers such as LendingTree, Udacity, and the BBC. Blueshift recently raised a $15 million Round B, and leading investors include Luma Capital Partners and Nexus Venture Partners.

Additionally, the company offers a comprehensive benefits package, including life insurance and disability coverage. Employees enjoy a flexible spending account to assist with parking and transportation expenses.

9. Kinetica

Big Data Analytics Companies

101-250 employees 
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Kinetica’s Active Analytics Platform enables users across a range of industries to translate data into actionable insights. To this end, the platform speeds up OLAP workloads, geospatial analytics, and streaming analytics from IoT applications. AI and BI are enabled through the platform. Besides, Kinetica customers include Nvidia, Dell, and IBM. Citi Ventures, Canvas Venture Fund, and Meritech Capital Partners were among the investors in a $50 million Series A round concluded in 2017.

In addition to comprehensive benefits like no-cost health insurance, Kinetica offers perks such as catered lunches and commuter benefits. Kinetica has a 4.0 rating on Glassdoor.

10. UniFi Software

Big Data Analytics Companies 51-100 employees
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UniFi offers a Data Platform designed to break down data silos within enterprises by making it easier for business users to discover data. In fact, the platform uses AI and machine learning, optimized for the cloud. It can predict what users want to see and show relevant data. Disney and Nike are UniFi customers, among other major companies. Ovum has named UniFi Software as a Market Leader in self-service data prep solutions, while Forrester has named the company as a leader in machine learning data catalogs.

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Matt Bowman

Matt Bowman is a Strategic Client Advisor at CloserIQ. Previously he was an Inside Sales Representative at Raycom Media.