Canopy, a Seattle, WA-based composability platform that removes the complexity, custom code and time it takes to integrate, serve and observe data, launched with $4m in seed funding.
Backers included Kindred Ventures and Village Global.
The company intends to use the funds to expand operations and its development efforts.
Co-founded by Ryan Bartley and Morgan Dollard, Canopy provides a composable data platform that removes the complexity, custom code and time it takes to integrate, activate and observe all the critical data companies need to grow their business. Enterprise organizations use it for a distributed backend architecture while Software as a Service (SaaS) companies use it to reduce integration cycles, increase sales and free more revenue. Canopy enables software developers to connect any data source they want, transform and activate it in minutes. It does not require companies to route data to a central location to extract value, and also includes out-of-the-box observability, which does not require training, setup or ongoing maintenance.
The platform’s feature includes:
- Connecting data sources: connect to SaaS software and integrate with existing data sources, including internal databases, external APIs or cloud-based services – using a no code Builder experience.
- Command data sources: shape data to meet their specific requirements with an interface that simplifies complex operations.
- Control data sources: serve real-time data for enhanced user experiences and engagement.
- Comprehensive observability: gain critical insights into data performance, usage and audit trails through centralized monitoring capabilities that just work out-of-the-box.
- Scalable, secure, and reliable infrastructure: ensure consistent performance with a suite of enterprise-grade features that prioritize data security, privacy, compliance, and governance.