Tidemark co-founder moves on

Nenshad Bardoliwalla said he's moving on from enterprise analytics player Tidemark, which has raised more than $35 million in VC funding so far.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Tidemark co-founder Nenshad Bardoliwalla has stepped down.

Bardoliwalla co-founded the analytics startup two years ago as Proferi. That company became Tidemark and landed more than $35 million in venture capital funding so far.

In January, Tidemark closed a $24 million C round of funding. Investors include Redpoint Ventures, Greylock Partners, Andreessen Horowitz and Dave Duffield, co-founder and co-CEO of Workday.

Bardoliwalla said he was proud of Tidemark's accomplishments and wishes the company "nothing but the best success moving forward." Tidemark aims to bring analytics to the mobile gadget armed masses.

As for Bardoliwalla's next gig, he said he's taking his time and noted that he has "a wealth of expertise in the analytics space that could be leveraged in an infinite number of ways."


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