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Waterline Data was founded by a group of people frustrated by the reality that most organizations spend more time looking for data, relying on their own experience and tribal data knowledge, and less time using data to drive value creation and revenue generation. Companies lacked clarity about what data they actually have, who has access to it and what it can be used for.

Waterline Data offers a smart data catalog to empower business analysts and data scientists to find, understand, and provision the trusted data they need to do self-service data preparation and analytics in a data lake. 

They also enable Data Stewards to curate the data catalog in an agile approach, bringing trusted data to the “waterline” so it can be used to extract insight and create greater value.

Waterline Data's team are driven by the belief that they can apply their experience along with advances in machine learning and big data analytics to make data more accessible and usable for all organizations.

About the founders/CEO:

Alex Gorelik is the Founder and CTO at Waterline Data. Waterline is Alex’s 3rd startup. Prior to Waterline Data, Alex served as SVP and General Manager of Informatica’s Data Quality Business Unit, driving R&D, Product Marketing, and Product Management for an $80M business. Alex joined Informatica from IBM, where he was an IBM Distinguished Engineer for the Infosphere team. IBM acquired Alex’s second startup, Exeros (currently marketed as Infosphere Discovery), where he was Founder, CTO and VP of Engineering.

Previously, Alex was co-founder, CTO and VP of Engineering at Acta Technology, a pioneering ETL and EII company which was subsequently acquired by Business Objects and is now marketed as Business Objects Data Service. Prior to founding Acta, Alex managed the development of Replication Server at Sybase and worked on Sybase’s strategy for enterprise application integration (EAI).

Alex holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Columbia University School of Engineering and a M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University.

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