OneSchema, a San Francisco, CA-based provider of a suite of developer tools for ingesting CSV data, raised $6.3 million in funding to make ingesting CSV data magical for developers.
The round was led by General Catalyst, with participation from Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, Elad Gil, Contrary Capital, Box Group, Comma Capital, Xoogler Ventures, Wade Foster (Founder, Zapier), Steve Bartel (founder, Gem), Julianna Lamb (founder, Stytch), Dennis Steele & Eric Rea (founders, Podium), and Deepika Bodapati & Tanay Tandon (founders, Athelas).
"10 years ago, we might have predicted that all data integration would be possible via API," said Co-Founder and CEO Christina Gilbert. "But it turns out there are a lot of persistent reasons why nearly all companies have to transfer data via spreadsheets. Security concerns, custom legacy systems, export limitations, and more force companies to build custom tooling to ingest spreadsheets. Unfortunately, CSV is a notoriously difficult format to work with, and errors are easily introduced. With OneSchema, we allow developers to detect and surface errors to users, making previously unusable data easily accessible."
OneSchema makes it 10x faster for developers to integrate with CSV data sources. OneSchema's flagship product is an embeddable CSV importer used by developers to launch CSV import capabilities in a day instead of months of development time.
Company: OneSchema AI, Inc.
Funding Month: November 2022
Lead Investors: General Catalyst
Additional Investors: Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, Elad Gil, Contrary Capital, Box Group, Comma Capital, Xoogler Ventures, Wade Foster, Steve Bartel, Julianna Lamb, Dennis Steele & Eric Rea, and Deepika Bodapati & Tanay Tandon
Company Website: https://www.oneschema.co/
Software Category: Data Extraction Software
About the Company: Founded in 2021 by Christina Gilbert and Andrew Luo, OneSchema is an embeddable spreadsheet importer and validator. It provides an embeddable CSV importer used by developers to launch CSV import capabilities in a day, instead of months of development time. It automatically detects and helps correct errors in the data during the import process, and is used by more than 50 companies worldwide, including Cloud 100 startups like Scale AI and publicly traded enterprises like Huron Consulting Group (NASDAQ: HURN). OneSchema improves customer activation/import completion rates by automatically correcting customer data.