This is the first publicly-disclosed funding for the company, which was founded in November 2014, says a report
Open source analytics company Metabase on Monday filed paperwork with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) indicating it raised just over $13 million in a new round of equity-only funding.
New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) led the funding, which also saw participation from a dozen other undisclosed investors, as reported by Crunchbase.
This is the first publicly-disclosed funding for the company, which was founded in November 2014, the report said.
Garrett Camp (co-founder of Uber and StumbleUpon) and Roberto Sanabria (former global search lead at Google, director of analytics at StumbleUpon, and senior manager of business analytics at LinkedIn), are two of the three executive directors listed on Metabase’s filing.
The other is Sameer Al-Sakran, who serves as Metabase’s CEO. The fourth individual listed on the filing is Julia Schottenstein, a principal at NEA.
As open-source software, Metabase’s source code is openly available online for free.
Metabase offers a number of professional services like managed hosting, support, and assistance by implementing Metabase in a custom analytics or business intelligence setup.