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Christina Gilbert: Data import tools for SaaS

Christina Gilbert is a co-founder of OneSchema, a Y-Combinator-backed startup working on data importing tools for SaaS companies.

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Christina Gilbert is a co-founder of OneSchema, a Y-Combinator backed startup working on data importing tools for SaaS companies. OneSchema was a part of the YC’s S21 cohort, and ever since has been gaining a lot of traction, supplying a well-researched product, that solves many pain-points for “system of record” companies that deal with extensive databases.

In our conversation with Christina, we cover:

  • What is OneSchema and how does it simplify data imports
  • What does the customer base look like for OneSchema
  • Data normalization with OneSchema
  • Finding a co-founder in Andrew Luo and the origin story of OneSchema
  • The challenges of building data migration tools
  • Future plans, multi-file data migrations
  • YCombinator experience and getting first customers
  • Raising the first check from investors, Product Hunt launch
  • How to get traction quickly, the importance of product discovery
  • Figuring out the pricing model for OneSchema
  • Fundraising and product building tips

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