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Polymer’s mission: Making data more accessible in a data-filled world

Polymer Search aims to turn data inequality into data fluency. We’re obsessed with making your information more searchable and insightful...

Polymer Search aims to turn data inequality into data fluency. We’re obsessed with making your information more searchable and insightful, without a single line of code required. Any member of your team can make use of your data, regardless of background or training. Polymer shows patterns in your data quickly and easily. Your data questions are answered without a hassle and are often apparent before you even ask anything.

Our Co-Founder and CEO Ash Gupta has always been passionate about keeping information organized, accessible, and searchable. While earning his PhD in Black Box systems, he simultaneously created his own search engine during his spare time. During his time as Tech Lead for Machine Learning at Google AdWords, he saw how non-technical employees struggled to work with data and wished to simplify it for them.

Co-founder Yasser Ansari has a master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, founded the award-winning educational technology company Project Noah, and founded Specialist Design, which has worked with well-known companies, including Google and Pinterest. He shares Gupta’s desire to make data more accessible for people without technical backgrounds.

Shortly after they met at a startup conference and decided to combine skills to form Polymer Search, luck met preparation and a startup accelerator wanted to help make the idea a reality. Today, we help businesses and individuals understand their data in a matter of minutes. We don’t want you spending hours upon hours analyzing data with Polymer. We want your time spent efficiently and for you to understand data sets almost instantly.

In 2020, on average, each person created 1.7 MB of data. By 2023, the data analytics market is expected to reach $103 billion. We believe data is too complicated and we strive to fix that problem. We’re continuously looking for ways to make data less manual. The future of data has technology giving you a complete assist. The days of being overwhelmed with data overload are over and simplicity is on the way.

Posted on
June 9, 2021
under Blog
June 9, 2021
Written by
Alex Almeida
Founder of Connected Brands, a performance marketing agency, Author at The Conversion Lift

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