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Our values



We are motivated by achieving excellence through consistently delivering great work. When there are setbacks, we rise to the occasion and never settle.


To continue our success and expansion, we keep pushing innovation. We believe this is how good companies advance to the next level and become great.


We follow through with what we say we’re going to do. We embrace intense debates, speaking up when we disagree. Once a decision is determined, we commit fully.


We believe the team is more than a sum of individuals. We work together with optimism, pushing ourselves and others to excellence — because that is what winners do.

In the News

Modern Marketing Data Stack
Snowflake - Modern Marketing Data Stack Report
We are thrilled to be recognized as a Leader in Analytics in the inaugural Modern Marketing Data Stack report, based on Snowflake data from across nearly 6,000 active customers!
90 Day Passport
Los Angeles Times - Unique Employee Benefits As mentioned in the LA Times, in a world where all companies are looking to keep or attract talent, we have been highlighted as having some unique and innovative benefits. Our 90-day passport is no exception. Check out Amanda Ray’s story about how she spent her 90 Day Passport.
San Francisco Chronicle - Offering More Perks to Remote Workers

When California’s great reopening was in full swing last summer, the complementary meals, and free-flowing kombucha taps that many Bay Area companies had pre-pandemic were not all that they decided to offer.  Now companies like data.ai are offering unique benefits to all (including remote workers) that have nothing to do with the office.

Modern Marketing Data Stack
Discipline and Courage: Imperative for Teamwork Teamwork is seen by many as a critical differentiator to compete and win in the marketplace. Read data.ai's Chief People Officer & Executive Leader, Remy Bleijendaal's article about team work, based on Patrick Lencioni’s classic management book “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team" (2002).