Nexla scalable data operations & automation platform
for machine learning

The DataOps platform for inter-company data collaboration

Nexla scales your data operations
You scale your business

The DataOps platform for inter-company data collaboration

Nexla scales your data operations
You scale your business

The DataOps platform for inter-company data collaboration

Are you ready for the machine learning age?

Nexla can help if you answer “Yes” to any of these questions:

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Would you rather spend more time using your data than working to access it?

2

Do you want to quickly and easily experiment with new data sources?

3

Have you used FTP, Dropbox, or Github to send data?

Up to 80% of today’s work in machine learning is spent preparing data for analysis. Reclaim your time with Nexla’s sophisticated data operations platform.

SAVE DEVELOPMENT TIME

Reduce or eliminate development time for data integrations and maintenance

ENABLE EASY EXPERIMENTATION

Increase the number of data sources available to your machine learning models

MANAGE TRANSFORMATIONS

Receive and send data in the format you need, automatically, so you can get to the real work

TRUSTED SECURITY

Have confidence your data is secure and compliant

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Three Simple Rules to Gain Control of Retail Data

Every retailer today is digital. Whether you’re a direct-to-consumer digital brand or a 100-year old merchant with an impressive real estate footprint, data is becoming more and more important to your growth. However, harnessing data to drive business value is no easy feat. It can lead to a jumble of messy integrations that break and cause distraction. “Data Operations” is term to describe all the grunt work that has to happen before data can turn into real business value. Streamlining these Data Operations has become a requirement—not just for the retailer’s sanity, but for her bottom line.

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