Looking Back, Looking Forward: DataGravity Hits Another Milestone

DataGravity Timeline Infographic

DataGravity Timeline Infographic

There are lots of milestones in the early days of a startup that aren’t necessarily easy to see from the outside. There’s the moment the founders alight on a game-changing idea, the moment when the product development team first puts that idea into production and the moment when the first beta customers use it to improve their own businesses. Those are the internal breakthroughs.

Externally, the signs of progress can be more concrete, if not quite as exciting – like the installation of the company logo on the outside of a new, larger office space ready to house an expanding team.

That’s the scene we captured last week as the DataGravity sign went up in front of our new office at 100 Innovative Way in Nashua, New Hampshire. Our new headquarters, where the company moves in today, is just down the street from our old office, but it represents how far we’ve travelled since our founding in early 2012.

Since then, we’ve seen a lot of milestones. We raised $12 million from Charles River Ventures and General Catalyst Partners when we launched, Andreessen Horowitz led our Series B round, industry leaders have joined our leadership team, early-access channel partners have come on board, and more. It’s been an exciting ramp up, and now we’re looking forward to moving down the street into our new digs, where we can grow for years to come as we prepare to launch a solution later this year to help companies turn their data into information.

 

Check out pictures of our new space on Twitter @DataGravityInc.  

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John Joseph

John Joseph

President and co-founder of DataGravity, John Joseph leads company’s sales, marketing, operations and customer initiatives. John previously served as vice president of marketing and product management at EqualLogic, leading these functions from the company's initial launch through the successful acquisition by Dell in 2008. He subsequently served as vice president of enterprise solutions, marketing at Dell for three years after the acquisition.