NFPs of all sizes can struggle with fundraising efficiency. Dataro solves this problem by providing affordable access to state-of-the-art machine learning technology and data-driven marketing techniques previously only available to the big corporates and top end of town.
By maximising the efficiency of NFP fundraising journeys through predictive modelling and advanced segments, we are helping NFPs to enhance the quality of donor engagements and ultimately dedicate more dollars to the causes that matter most.
Dataro was born out of the first cohort from Westpac’s prestigious FuelD accelerator – a data-driven accelerator connecting today’s businesses with tomorrow’s innovators – and and has since gone from strength to strength with our smarter fundraising technology.
Our leadership team
Dataro brings together a team with PhD level expertise in data science and extensive industry experience in data engineering, research and data privacy, allowing us to develop unique tools empower NFPs to tackle real world fundraising problems.
Tim Paris, Co-founder, CEO
Tim is an experienced data scientist and researcher with a PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience. Prior to founding Dataro, Tim operated his own data science consultancy, where he discovered that many organisations frequently faced same marketing-related challenges that could be solved through tools such as churn modelling, advanced segmentation and next-best-action predictions. A smarter solution was required, leading to Dataro.
David Lyndon, Co-founder, CTO
Dave is a data engineer with extensive industry experience and a Master of Information Technology, Computer Science from the University of Sydney. Dave has a particular interest in cutting edge machine learning and is passionate about bringing this technology to NFP sector.
Chris Paver, COO
Chris joined Dataro in 2018 and brings a wealth of experience from the world of commercial law, where he specialised in advising media, technology and high-growth business across the full spectrum of strategic, commercial and regulatory issues.