San Francisco, June 10, 2020 – Domino Data Lab, provider of the industry-leading enterprise data science management platform trusted by 20% of the Fortune 100, today debuted its new Domino Model Monitor product (“DMM”), a new $43M funding round, and new features to help enterprises accelerate research and manage data science at scale.
Domino Model Monitor: ML predictions evolve with time as data in the world changes. This problem, known as “drift”, can degrade model accuracy, often going unnoticed until it negatively impacts business outcomes. Model drift is particularly troublesome since COVID-19, given the drastic changes to the economic environment and human behavior. Domino Model Monitoring (DMM) lets organizations automate alerts for drift in all their models, regardless of where those models were developed or deployed, reducing risk of financial loss and degraded customer experience from undetected model drift.
“We run models in production where data drift critically impacts the predictions of those models,” said Søren Pedersen, data scientist at Topdanmark. “We need to know what has drifted and by how much. Having an automated tool to monitor this drift against the training data is very important; Domino Model Monitor will save us significant time previously spent on maintenance and investigation.”
New $43M Funding round: Today’s DMM introduction comes as the company also announced its latest funding round of $43M led by Highland Capital Partners, bringing the total amount raised to $128M. This round was joined by Highland Europe, and long-time customer and partner Dell’s investment arm, Dell Technologies Capital, as well as existing investors Sequoia Capital and Coatue Management.
“We were absolutely blown away by Domino’s traction in the Fortune 500 and the glowing endorsements we heard directly when we spoke to their customers,” said Corey Mulloy, General Partner, Highland Capital Partners. “In a space with so much hype and noise, it’s clear Domino is creating material value for the world’s most sophisticated enterprises.”
“Enterprises continue to leverage data science to transform every aspect of their business, from customer support and engagement, to product development and research, to IT systems and operations management,” said Daniel Docter, Managing Director, Dell Technologies Capital. “Domino’s open data science platform provides support for preferred languages, tools, and frameworks, and quick access to any infrastructure for reproducible and transparent model creation and deployment. We’re excited to welcome Domino Data Lab to our growing portfolio of innovative AI and machine learning investments.”
Innovations Introduced in Domino’s Enterprise Data Science Management Platform: \ Domino’s use by the Fortune 500 has increased since COVID-19, as enterprises such as Dell Technologies, Allstate, VMware, and Bristol-Myers Squibb have deepened their AI and machine learning investments.
“Our teams are tasked with enhancing operations and improving the way we deliver customer support and services,” said Mike Shepherd, Distinguished Engineer, AI Research for Dell Technologies Services. “By leveraging data science methods and collaboration tools, such as Domino Data Lab’s data science platform, we’re developing frameworks that augment intelligence and create unique user experiences while better managing operations on the backend – including forecasting spare part demand, preventing outages and more.”