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Accelerates data preparation for analytics Handles the most challenging formats Built for the Cloud
Accelerates data preparation for analytics

Cleans, blends and structure data with intuitive and intelligent recommendations for preparing data.

Handles the most challenging formats

Import datasets and Wrangler begins to organize and structure your data automatically.

Built for the Cloud

Access directly from your Chrome browser, no software to install.


Accelerates data preparation for analytics

Real-time visual guidance and previews of every step.

Handles the most challenging formats

Visually explore, transform, clean and join together diverse desktop files.

Built for the Cloud

Automatic monthly updates with new features and improvements.

Accelerates data preparation for analytics


Easy to use, no hand coding or technical expertise required.

Handles the most challenging formats

Excel, CSV or JSON file can be wrangled in minutes.

Built for the Cloud

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“Our users can intuitively and collaboratively prepare the growing variety of data that makes up PepsiCo’s analytic initiatives.”
“By allowing our businesses to access and process data more easily, Trifacta’s solutions have accelerated and improved decision-making when it comes to important business, risk management and policy owner-related challenges.”
“With Trifacta, it’s as if they’re speaking a language that they see with their eyes and execute with their fingers through a couple of clicks, rather than a set of code that needs to be written.”