Indonesian data cleaning startup Delman raises $1.6 million in seed funding to build automation solutions for enterprise data

May 28, 2020
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by Harshit Sharma
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Delman will use the capital to establish an R&D center in Indonesia and expand its data science team. The company chiefly focuses on enterprise data and claims it can make data integration from multiple sources up to 30 times faster by using machine learning for data cleansing and warehousing. The company will initially focus on the Indonesian market, where it estimates companies spend close to $200,000 for data cleaning projects. Although still early-stage, Delman's value proposition and target industries directly compete with Tamr, which has a strong foothold in the North American market. With that said, data cleaning remains an underserved aspect of data management, with plenty of room for new players to enter.

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