Datavail Corp., a Broomfield-based provider of managed services for data and database administration, on Wednesday said it has acquired Navantis Inc., a 200-person firm based in Toronto, Canada.
Mark Perlstein, CEO of Catalyst-backed Datavail, recently contributed an article to CIO Review, “The Reality of Data Management and the Future of Business Intelligence.”
Datavail, North America’s largest provider of managed services for data and database administration, has acquired Art of BI, an Oracle analytics consulting company focused on OBIEE and Hyperion. In addition to consulting expertise, the acquisition brings a range of software products that extend the functionality of OBIEE and accelerate the implementation of Hyperion. Its software products include the first-ever plug-in for Oracle BI.
Datavail announced Maria Anderson as the new Director of Strategic Partnerships. Maria’s focus will be to nurture partnerships between Datavail and their existing partners, as well as to explore new partnerships within the data ecosystem.
Datavail, the largest provider of remote database administration (DBA) services in North America, and Big Footprint, a search-centric marketing agency, won “Best Results” at the 2016 Colorado Business Marketing Association Gold Key Awards.
Broomfield-based Datavail Corp., a provider of remote database administration services, received $47.3 million in venture capital during the fourth quarter, the largest deal in Colorado for the period.
Datavail’s seventh round of funding was backed by Catalyst Investors LLC, Boulder Ventures Ltd., Montis Capital LLC, Meritage Funds and an undisclosed firm, according to the quarterly MoneyTree Report released Friday.
Datavail, a company that offers database administration for enterprises, took in a $47 million investment led by Catalyst Investors, the VC firm announced today.