Our Story So Far

Back in 2002, our founder, David Pavlis, launched the first version of our data integration platform (CloverETL). At the time, we went by the name Javlin and only had a small team of developers. But we’re no longer just an enterprising start-up. We’ve covered a lot of ground since then and now have more than 100 employees in the UK, United States, and Czech Republic.

But while our business has undergone significant changes in the last 15 years, our ultimate goal remains the same: to seek out and solve real-world data challenges.

As your data needs evolve, so does our product. With each unique challenge we face, we use that experience to give you the best possible data transformation toolkit.


Direct Support from our Data Experts

Unlike many of our competitors, we don’t stop at delivering a great product. Real people need real support, not limited product resources or online community forums. You should be able to pick up the phone at any time, speak to a friendly data expert, and get the help you need when you need it.

That’s why our data team is on hand to work with you directly should you need a rapid resolution to a complex problem. Over the years, we’ve helped some of the world’s largest companies accelerate their data projects.

We’ve never let a customer fail. And we don’t intend to start any time soon.


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Team and career

First and foremost, we are a team of techies. We love discovering new and exciting ways to manage data. It’s this curiosity that drives the development of our data integration platform.

Our software developers, data integration consultants, support specialists, engineers, and architects all come together to provide the support and service you need to master the seemingly impossible. Think of them as your Data SWAT team.  

We’re always looking for straight-talking, talented people to join our journey and help us build a world where organizations rule their data.

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