Menlo Park, CA. January 25, 2016 – Menlo Technologies, a leading provider of software design, development and cloud integration services announced today it has signed a partnership agreement with Looker, the data platform provider that is powering data-driven companies.

This partnership brings together Menlo Technologies data integration expertise and Looker’s data analytics platform, addressing customers complete data needs and making it easy for data teams to curate a single, reliable lens into the full dataset so that business teams can explore and ask questions of their data to make data-driven decisions.

“Our clients are overwhelmed with a deluge of marketing, sales, subscriber and other data, and with disparate services that make it difficult to quantify and assess business results across channels in a clear and concise way, “ says Gary Prioste, CEO of Menlo Technologies. “ By combining Menlo’s data integration expertise with Looker’s data analytics platform, everyone in a business can find, explore and understand the data that drives their business.”

“We’re impressed by Menlo’s experience in data integration with partners like Boomi and Mulesoft,” says Keenan Rice, Vice President of Alliances, “By adding Looker, when Menlo analyzes client requirements and use cases, they can now design, develop and deploy a comprehensive analytics solution that allows anyone in the organization to get access to the data they need instantly.”

About Looker

Looker is on a mission to bring better insights and data-driven decisions to every level of an enterprise. The company has fast become the catalyst that is bringing data cultures to more than 450 industry-leaders such as Yahoo!, Warby Parker, Hudson Bay, and Sony. Looker is the only analytics tool that allows a data analyst to curate massive amounts of data – creating a crucial single source of truth – and an easy way for every business team to quickly ask and answer their own questions. Business teams no longer need to work with just subsets of data, while data analysts can focus on more complex analysis instead of a never-ending list of requests from across the company. What results is a data culture where everyone understands what’s working and informed decisions can be made faster and with confidence. Looker integrates with Google, Spark, Impala, Hive, Amazon, Microsoft, Teradata, HP, IBM, and Snowflake, among others. The company is headquartered in Santa Cruz, California, with offices in San Francisco, New York, and London. Investors include KPCB, Meritech Capital Partners, Redpoint Ventures, First Round Capital, Sapphire Ventures, and PivotNorth. For more information, follow @lookerdata or visit