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  • Writer's pictureTony Paul

Datahut is rolling out today with an important mission

Updated: Feb 11, 2021

Datahut is on a mission to make the web scraping painless, affordable and super comfortable.

Our focus is primarily on non-technical customers or companies who do not know how to go about data extraction and processing. We will take care of all the technicalities involved and just deliver

clean, structured and ready to use data. We want to democratize data and make it more accessible and useful to people.

Any company, from big blue chip corporations to the tiniest start-up in a garage now leverages more data than ever before. In the Digital Era, the web is the primary source of data for every decision-making process of the business. A data-driven approach is critical for the overall health of the company including sales and marketing efforts.

According to a New York Times report, data scientists spend more time collecting and cleaning data than actually analyzing it. A lot of time and money is wasted in the process of collecting and cleaning data. We’ve identified some pain points in delivering quality data and decided to come up with Datahut to solve those problems.

If you want to extract data from the web very badly, and there are no APIs available, then you

need to use web scraping! Even if there is an API, it may not be compatible with your need.

The information on the web is getting updated continuously making the process more challenging. Companies need an uninterrupted supply of ready to use data for their decision makers.

Without a data-driven strategy, no companies can survive. 

Team Datahut is well aware of the challenges in achieving our mission, and we are continually improving our technologies. In the coming months, we will be rolling out products in the area of data analytics and visualization.

We welcome you to try our service and give us valuable feedback!

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