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7Park Data

7Park Data transforms data to revolutionize business decisions.

Leveraging advanced machine intelligence, our platform transforms one petabyte of unstructured information into Leading Performance Indicators for over 10,000 companies globally. Our clients are the most sophisticated investment firms and Fortune 500 corporations who depend on 7Park Data for more accurate benchmarking, forecasting and strategic decision making.

7Park Data offers Avenue Suite, a collection of dashboards enabling business users to access, download and visualize data. Avenue I/O, our developer site, provides open source tools to quickly and easily build analytical products powered by our APIs.

7Park Data was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in New York City.

September 25, 2020 / Investing

Data Suggests Snowflake’s Rapid Growth Is Still In The Early Stages

From 7Park Data
Cloud data storage and analytics provider Snowflake set a new high bar on Wall Street this/last week with its IPO. The listing valued Snowflake at $70.4 billion – the largest in 2020, and the largest-ever for a software maker. It also earned the distinction as the biggest company to double its share price in a market debut. And although the company is not yet profitable, data sourced from our Cloud Infrastructure dataset indicates tremendous growth potential.
June 16, 2020

Machine Learning Launches Outpace Cloud Client Adoption

From 7Park Data
Amazon, Microsoft, and Google have launched over 100 cloud computing products since 2017, including nearly 50 in the Machine Learning category alone. Yet, the data suggests that customers typically do not feel compelled to adopt these new products, particularly in the Machine Learning (ML) category.
June 10, 2020

Taking a Look at Uber’s Bid to Buy Grubhub

From 7Park Data
If Uber and Grubhub come to an agreement on Uber’s bid to purchase Grubhub, they will ask regulators to approve the transaction that would combine two of the country’s largest food-delivery operators. Here, we examine the likely drivers behind the deal: gaining market share, and mitigating market factors that have made turning a profit in the highly competitive food delivery business extremely difficult.