Arcion (formerly Blitzz), a San Mateo, CA-based officially launches the only cloud-native, zero-code data mobility platform to interconnect the $125 billion cloud data ecosystem with transactional databases and cloud warehouses.
Arcion secured $13 million in Series A funding led by Bessemer Venture Partners, with Bessemer Vice President Sakib Dadi joining the Arcion board of directors. Strategic investor Databricks also participated in the round.
Along with the Arcion platform’s public release, the company recruited a new CEO, Gary Hagmueller, to drive its growth. Hagmueller is well known as a proven leader, with deep experience scaling companies in high-growth markets.
Company: Arcion Labs
Round: Series A
Funding Month: February 2022
Lead Investors: Bessemer Venture Partners
Additional Investors: Databricks
Company Website: https://www.arcion.io/
Software Category: Zero-code data mobility platform
About the Company: Arcion is the only cloud-native, zero-code data mobility platform to help you deploy high-performance, real-time data pipelines in seconds, not months. Arcion marks the beginning of a new era in data infrastructure where data flows freely, without limitations, armies of staff, or brittle connections. Headquartered in San Mateo, California, it accelerates data mobilization across applications, traditional transactional databases, and cloud platforms through high-performance, high-availability, and auto-scalable data pipelines — in minutes rather than months. Deploy zero-code data pipelines to enable real-time data replication, AI/ML-based data analytics, ELT streaming, and more with Arcion today.
Listen to my podcast with Gary Hagmueller, CEO of Arcion here.