Datacratic is leading the real-time revolution in big data. Our team of visionary scientists, engineers and programmers have developed some of the most sophisticated predictive modeling tools available. These tools make up the core components of the Datacratic technology and together have been engineered to run in hard real-time.
Datacratic is an enterprise software company that is making machine learning and artificial-intelligence technology accessible to businesses and organizations of all sizes. Datacratic’s technology is integrated into some of the world’s leading software platforms and solutions. Founded in 2010, Datacratic is headquartered in Montreal with offices in New York City and is privately held with backing from Real Ventures and BDC Venture Capital.
Datacratic believes in the democracy of data. We apply best practices from industry and academia to bring you the most battle-tested, elegant algorithms that let you operationalize your data more efficiently. Our mission is to help you analyze bigger data sets with fewer, smaller computers, solving complex and challenging engineering problems. We have a big vision and ultimately want to open our platform to third party developers. We believe in open source software and contribute back to projects whenever we can.
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We are an innovative and fast growing company. Great technology is built by teams of great individuals. If you're in the Montreal area and are interested in joining our team...
Jeremy Barnes is an entrepreneur and technology leader, active at the intersection of artificial intelligence and industry. He has 15 of years of experience applying machine learning to develop innovative products.
Erik began his career at Arista Records where he helped the company sell 15 million albums of Whitney Houston’s The Bodyguard – not a bad way to start your career. After several years in the music industry, which was faced with disruption, he developed a passion for helping media companies harness the power of technology to leverage new business models. In 2004 he received his MBA from Columbia Business School. Since then he’s had tremendous sales success in supporting direct media sales, RTB, and mobile/cross-screen enterprise technologies.
Alex has led two career lives, one flowing from another: He’s worked as a programmer and manager. With both skills under his belt, he is well equipped to manage Datacratic’s Engineering and Development teams. For twelve years, Alex worked as a developer, specializing in gaming and media technology with a strong emphasis on web, mobile and user experience. Then for the last eight years, he’s been in management – building teams, training, setting processes, handling client relations and negotiations.
Nicolas is proud to be an adaptable, generalist software engineer who always strives to use the right tool for the job. He firmly believes in engineers’ responsibility and ability to make a positive difference in the world. His interests include data visualization, control systems, economic modeling and agile methods.
François started with Datacratic in 2011 as a Machine Learning Specialist. Today he leads the team in research and development, collaborating with clients and applying machine learning to solve their problems while further developing Datacratic’s machine learning platform and predictive modeling solutions.
Patrice likes a good challenge and a fast paced, forward thinking environment. Before joining Datacratic, Patrice was Director of Finance and Administration at Gestion Rodier and Senior Analyst of Corporate Development and Finance for Yellow Media Inc. where he was actively involved in the digital transformation of Yellow Pages Group and its divisions.
In grade 8 Marc created a computer controlled robot arm for the science fair and so his love for engineering was born. Today his passion for computer science is hard at work at Datacratic. Staying true to his robotic roots, he now builds tools that work to ensure the synergy between various components of the Datacratic infrastructure. An ever evolving architecture, Marc meets these challenges with innovation and enthusiasm.
Éric was attracted to Datacratic specifically because it applies machine learning to real-time big data streams. The idea of these two technological domains being worked in tandem was a recipe for innovation which he had to be a part of. As Senior Software Developer on the platform team he works to provide the foundation on which Datacratic products are developed. Éric’s background is as a software architect and console game developer. He studied at Ecole Polytechnique of Montreal and today at CRIM he teaches the introductory and advanced C++ course.