Chartio Founder, Dave Fowler, Included in Forbes 30 Under 30 Technology
Judges include Salesforce CEO, Marc Benioff, Angel Investor, Pejman Nozad and Parc CEO, Stephen Hoover
San Francisco Bay Area - Jan 10, 2013 - For the second year in a row, Chartio founder, Dave Fowler, was selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30 Technology Pioneer. At only 29, Dave has led Chartio through Y Combinator, Series A funding from Avalon Ventures and Bullpen Capital and a successful launch. Dave started programming when he was eleven, eventually earning three undergraduate degrees and a masters in electrical engineering. After graduating he joined IBM to work on the processor for the Xbox 360 where he filed ten patents.
Chartio, a 2010 graduate of Y Combinator, is the face for understanding data. The company lets users explore the world's most popular data sources in real-time through easy-to-create and beautiful dashboards and visualizations. Unlike its competitors, Chartio connects to customer's databases in real-time to produce the most up-to-date charts, bypassing the need for data warehousing and providing a more secure experience for customers.
"I am honored to be selected as a Forbes 30 Under 30 technology pioneer." said Dave Fowler, founder of Chartio. "I also feel very fortunate to call so many of the people on the list friends. It's an honor to be listed alongside them and see them get such deserved recognition."
Since its beginnings, Chartio has grown significantly month-over-month and calls such companies as Dreamhost, Asics and Ticketbis customers. With eight employees, Chartio recently moved into a new office space at Bryant and 2nd street in San Francisco.
About Chartio Chartio, a Y Combinator startup based in San Francisco, is building the best interface for data. Simple to set up and easy to use, explore the worlds most popular data sources in real-time by working with your database, not a data warehouse. With Chartio, anyone can build beautiful dashboards and visualizations and share them across the organization. To learn more, please see www.chartio.com.
Chartio is pronounced Chart-E-O. It makes one smooth 3 syllable word with no pause for pronouncing the i and the o.
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