PopSQL raises $3.4M seed round for its collaborative SQL editor – TechCrunch

PopSQL, a startup that builds a collaborative SQL editor for teams, today announced that it has raised a million seed round led by Google’s AI-focused Gradient Ventures fund. Other participants include Y Combinator and FundersClub, as well as angel investors Max Mullen, the co-founder of…

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Just as new collaboration tools like Slack changed the way teams communicate, our vision is that PopSQL will change the way teams analyze and share data,” said Rahil Sondhi, CEO and founder of PopSQL. “The new capital from Gradient allows us to scale the company and pursue our vision of creating the best tools for teams to analyze data together.

In addition to the collaborative features, though, PopSQL also offers a number of other interesting features, including the ability to schedule recurring queries using what is essentially a visual cron editor.

With PopSQL, teams can write a database query once and then easily share it within their company (and build a library of shared queries in the process).

PopSQL, a startup that builds a collaborative SQL editor for teams, today announced that it has raised a $3. 4 million seed round led by Google’s AI-focused Gradient Ventures fund.

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