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NEWS24 September 2018

Tamr secures further $10m investment

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US – Data unification firm Tamr has closed $10 million in new equity capital, with Pear Tree Partners and Granite Hill Capital Partners both investing.

This means its investment round has raised about $28m and will allow Tamr to continue its rapid growth with its machine-driven data unification software platform, Unify, for large enterprise data management strategies.

Tamr also announced the appointment of new board observers in conjunction with its recent financing including John McClellan, partner at Pear Tree Partners; Masataka Otomo, venture capitalist at SBI Investment; and Mona Vernon, chief technical officer of Thomson Reuters Labs.

Andy Palmer (pictured) co-founder and CEO of Tamr said: “We’ve had a record start to 2018. With our round of funding now complete and the addition of highly experienced new board observers, we’re on-track to continue our rapid growth as we redefine how companies solve intractable data unification challenges.”

@RESEARCH LIVE

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