As a data company, we believe strongly in security, as well as transparency and data-backed decision-making. At Validio, we understand the importance your organization places on the security of your data.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned, it’s that customers love deployment optionality, especially when it comes to sensitive data and data infrastructure technology. Therefore, Validio can be deployed in your virtual public cloud or as a managed solution. Even when deployed as an application managed by us, no data is stored in our systems after processing, which usually takes less than a second.
Validio is used by data teams in companies of all sizes, from early-stage startups to fast-growing global scaleups who push the boundaries of what they can do with data to increase their competitiveness and offer world-leading services and products.
All these companies share some common traits; data critical to their business, and they have modern cloud data infrastructure.
Validio is perfect for modern data teams and data engineers that are data-driven and take the health of their data and proactivity towards unknown data failures seriously. If you deliver data products, leverage ML, use data for reporting, utilize analytics tools, handle large volumes of data across multiple tools, and you lose money and trust when data doesn’t meet quality standards—then Validio is for you!
Validio is built cloud-first for the next generation of data stacks. Validio can be deployed as a managed service in your Virtual Private Cloud or as a managed solution.
We add new integrations every 2 weeks. If you don't see the application in our integrations, contact us and we can prioritize it (or we might already be working on it).
Yes, we offer several payment methods. Contact us for more information.
Yes, we provide different tiers of onboarding services depending on your team needs. Our team is proficient with state of the art data quality strategy and can support your team with necessary workshops and use case prioritization guidelines.
Good question! It’s pronounced the way it’s written [Validio] not [Valid-I-O]. The name is a wordplay between Valid Input and Output.