Why we started Telm.ai
Quite simply we were frustrated!
After spending decades in enterprise data space, and experiencing the challenges around data anomaly monitoring, we felt the need to be a part of the solution to the problem. We witnessed first hand that the smallest anomaly in data could lead to catastrophic effects in business and operations.
Data engineering and analytics teams are constantly living in escalation mode. Traditional rules and static dashboard-based solutions are failing for today's high volume, highly volatile, unpredictable, and unstructured data.
Today's technology landscape and our understanding of data science gave us the strength and confidence to build a solution that will simplify operations and help the business meet its KPIs through reliable data in real-time.
We've started Telmai with the sole motive to help Data Engineers and Data Architects reduce operational risk and business impact caused by the low quality of data.
The name Telm.ai is derived from
"Tell Me, AI".
The Sigma(Σ) in our logo refers to the mathematical foundations in our approach to solving this problem.
Our team is made up of bright and like-minded individuals, who have come together to explore endless possibilities in Data management.
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Max is responsible for product vision, strategy, development as well as overall innovation at Telm.ai. Max holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science with a focus on Database theory and spent more than 10 years in the research and development of ML/AI-based products, which address various aspects of detecting and resolving data anomalies. He also has a deep background in observability and served as Head of Platform Engineering at SignalFx and Splunk. Max is a veteran with early-stage start-ups like Veeva and Reltio that went through explosive growth.
Co–Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Mona is responsible for driving business, growth, corporate strategy, and operations at Telm.ai.
She has spent over 15 years of her career in driving product innovation, growth strategies in startups and enterprises like Reltio, EMC, Oracle, and BEA. In her last role as a founding product manager at Reltio, she played a key role in driving product strategy and growth from its early stages to its hyper success.
She is an established leader in the Data Management space and was nominated for Silicon Valley Women Data Leader award in 2019.