Hightouch Raises $12.1 Million for “Reverse ETL”

My poor brain is also struggling with why “reverse ETL” isn’t spelled as “LTE”.  That’s because “reverse ETL” vendor Hightouch just raised a $12.1 million Series A.  They run continuously-updated SQL queries that pull customer data from lakes and warehouses into CRM, marketing, analysis, and other destination systems.  Hightouch doesn’t store any data itself, so it’s really just a data pipe – or maybe an epip.

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Data is Key to Latin American E-Commerce Logistics: skyrocketing growth and improvements in logistics

July 29, 2021

Among the larger individual economies in the region, Argentina’s was the fastest growing, with a retail e-commerce increase rate of 79%; Brazil’s e-commerce growth rate was 35%, and Mexico’s was 27%. This skyrocketing growth, coupled with the region’s size—Latin America has a population of more than 650 million people—has attracted the attention of e-commerce marketers all over the world.

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