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Startup Aleph Aims to Solve Financial Data Siloes With Centralized Reconciliation Platform

by Jack B.

As finance teams increasingly rely on disjointed cloud software systems, consolidating data into unified views remains a stubborn challenge. Startup Aleph seeks to meet this need by centralizing and reconciling siloed financial data sources onto a single platform.

A survey by InterSystems found that 62% of finance leaders will prioritize improving distributed data access over the next year. This highlights the pain of data trapped in separate applications and spreadsheets.

Aleph co-founder Albert Gozzi experienced these inefficiencies firsthand over his finance career. He responded by building a cloud solution to seamlessly combine data from across sales, HR, planning, and other systems.

The startup’s platform enables customers to directly integrate financial data from various sources into unified Excel reports. This consolidates information from ERP, CRM, HCM, and other platforms into a “single source of truth.”


Once integrated, users manage permissions, track changes, and restore previous versions for auditing. This centralized control streamlines tasks like monthly reporting, budgeting, and variance analysis without spreadsheets becoming fragmented.

Aleph distances itself from rivals through its ease of use and flexibility. According to the company, the platform can be live in under 10 minutes and requires minimal training. It also adapts easily to shifting customer needs.

The market for financial planning and analysis tools is estimated at $3.7 billion and rising. Aleph competes with incumbents Anaplan and Adaptive but has already won major customers like Turo, Envoy, and Zapier.

Despite economic turbulence, Aleph grew revenue at a 15% monthly clip in 2022. It plans to double its 13-person headcount by year’s end after raising $16.7 million from Bain Capital, Khosla Ventures, and others.

The fresh capital will fuel the development of new features to extend Aleph’s lead in financial reconciliation. It also enables expanding sales and marketing to continue gaining share in the hot market.

Ultimately, Aleph aspires to be the reconciliation platform of choice for finance teams worldwide. Having the flexibility to tailor views and combine data will only grow more critical as businesses adapt to market changes.

Centralizing information is on the rise across sectors like healthcare in addition to finance. Companies want to glean insights from total data, not just disjointed applications.

As a purpose-built reconciliation engine, Aleph is primed to own this niche and capitalize on the trend toward data consolidation. Its biggest challenge will be sustaining its fast start as competitors take notice.

But by sticking to its core value proposition around workflow simplicity and user control, Aleph aims to be the no-brainer choice for anyone merging financial systems into unified views. If it succeeds, Aleph could become the go-to platform enterprises rely on to liberate data from siloed.

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