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Striim is pronounced “stream”, with two i’s for integration and intelligence. The company was founded in 2012 as WebAction, with a mission to help companies make data useful the instant it’s born.

Thrilled with the chance to do this again!

The leaders behind the Striim platform thrive on building technology companies that raise expectations for how the world does business. The team include core executives from GoldenGate Software (acquired by Oracle in 2009), Informatica, Oracle, SnapLogic, Embarcadero Technologies, PubNub and WebLogic. It is led by Ali Kutay who was an angel investor, president and CEO of WebLogic, as well as Chairman and CEO of GoldenGate Software.

  • Ali Kutay: Chairman, President, and CEO
  • Steve Wilkes: Founder and CTO
  • Don Knepper: Chief Revenue Officer
  • Sami Akbay: Founder and EVP
  • Alok Pareek: Founder and EVP, Products
  • Katherine Rincon: SVP, Marketing

Who is the team behind Striim?

So who’s on the Striim Team? Experts in data integration and in-memory computing. Application infrastructure gurus. Visualization masters. Real-time technology groupies. All with one goal: helping companies make data useful the instant it’s born.

We’re backed by the best.

Striim is fortunate to be backed by some of the top investors in the world.

Latest News, Media Coverage, and Blog

January 16, 2018

Kafka Stream Processing + Cloud Integration Lead 47 Features / Enhancements in Striim v 3.8

Striim is proud to announce the launch of version 3.8 of the Striim platform, with 47 new and enhanced capabilities! 

January 4, 2018

Striim CTO Steve Wilkes Discusses the Three Primary Challenges to IoT Data Management

We are excited to announce that Striim CTO Steve Wilkes has been selected as a contributor to TechTarget’s IoT Agenda 

December 21, 2017

Speeding GDPR Compliance with a Streaming Data Architecture

Striim Delivers Data Pseudonymization for Streaming Data to Accelerate GDPR Compliance The clock is ticking fast for the General Data 

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