Hello World.

Hello World.

We are building Multiwoven on a foundation of certain principles. These principles give shape to Multiwoven’s product, its impact on both users and end-consumers, and even how we operate with our community and internally as a team.

  1. Customer data security comes first

Ahead of even product features.Third-party rETL applications end up having access to all customer data on your Warehouse. In a DataSec-first world, on-prem is the true Zero-ETL and Zero-Copy

  1. Interoperability and no data silos

In an ideal world, all your customer data and tools are interoperable. With that not the case - we believe that data movement infrastructure should be easy to use and available to all.

We have open-sourced our self-hosted reverse ETL infrastructure needed to move data from Warehouses to business tools. Free forever - with no limits on the volume of data moved, the number of records, syncs or destination tools.

  1. Transparency and openness
    1. Between Data and Business teams. Having been on both sides of the table, we are now working to create round tables :). Where Data and Business teams are not at odds with each other, where Business can move fast and doesn’t wait for months for their data requests. And where Data teams don’t have to work on tedious custom tool integrations or manage complex data pipelines (and get to do more of what they love - data management and modelling!).
    2. Between our users and our teams. Not just open source and transparent code. Also public roadmaps, open issue tracking and conversations. And we practice this within our own (currently small) team too. Transparent goals and metrics, only public Slack channel conversations, among others.
  2. Commitment to open source

We are committed to open source. Nag and Subin have been open source contributors for many years now. And Subin has also been the founder of a popular open source product that went to YC.

So how are we building a business? We intend to monetize through a managed cloud product (which is on the horizon) and advanced features.

  1. Doing what's best for the end-consumer

That's really the bottom line. And that easy activation of data leads to responsible use of the data (with or without regulation) that a consumer has chosen to share.