Arch's all-remote team is on a mission to enable software developers to unlock the potential of all dark data
Our mission is to enable every software developer to build (AI) product features powered by external data, without needing to set up and maintain complex data engineering infrastructure.
Society at large and organizations of any size have incredible amounts of value locked up in “dark data” that’s being accumulated in internal apps and databases, but not being leveraged at all or to its full potential, holding back innovation and progress. As LLMs and other ML techniques get more powerful, the potential value of these untapped resources is increasing, as are the cost and competitive risk of not using it. Some organizations will have the resources to build and maintain their own state-of-the-art internal data and ML platforms to unlock as much value as possible, but as the state-of-the-art grows increasingly complex it’s getting out of reach of more and more organizations and their modestly sized internal data teams.
To unlock the potential value of their dark data, they’ll increasingly reach for advanced off-the-shelf AI and analytics products they couldn’t have built themselves. The faster software and ML engineers can build these products, the faster the potential value of the dark data will be unlocked, increasing the rate of innovation and progress both within each organization and in society as a whole. That’s why we have made it our mission to take the complex data engineering involved in accessing and preparing external data out of software and ML engineers’ hands, so they can focus on using it, not acquiring it.
Our team has decades of experience in data engineering and developer tools, and our open source data integration technology powers data platforms and products at thousands of organizations, including Netlify, GitLab, HackerOne, Zapier, and Remote.com.
Meet the team
Arch is built by an all-remote team of data, software, and ML engineers spread over 5 countries, supported by a community of thousands of contributors around the world.