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The story of ZoomCharts began when a problem was identified: there was no data visualization library available that allowed data to be explored in an interactive way on all modern devices. Most of what was out there involved data being visualized statically, or interactively without the capability to be adapted for mobile use. Thus, a solution was born when Co-Founder and CEO Janis Volbergs and his team established ZoomCharts.
Looking forward, the team aimed to create an entirely new product that, unlike competitors that were supporting yesterday’s technology, focused on creating tools that worked with the technology of tomorrow. It was clear that the business of current and future technologies, such as mobile devices, tablets, and phones that were gradually replacing traditional computers, was changing the way people consumed content, and so, the tools needed to reflect this shift.
The idea attracted the attention of Imprimatur Capital, and with a team of only 3 people at the time, ZoomCharts received a seed investment of €200,000, and later, another €500,000. The team continues to grow, now with 11 employees, and the company continues to impress organizations in technology, business, education, government, and financial industries, with clients such as Hewlett Packard, SwissLife, and the Procurement Monitoring Bureau of Latvia.
ZoomCharts is proving to live up to its reputation as the world’s most interactive data visualization software, with tools let you create completely interactive, stunning visual representations of massive data sets, on all modern devices, at incredibly fast speeds. Be among the growing number of professionals discovering the exciting potential that ZoomCharts opens up for analyzing and presenting data.