Control your data warehouse, visually.


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Workflow with reconfigured

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Focus on the outcome

What makes analysts agile is having a solid base of cleaned and structured data, and with reconfigured, you can build this type of domain layer iteratively. Swiftly add a new column to your data set when you need it more than twice, and your data gets more organized, not messier, for the recurring analysis and dashboards in BI tools.

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Visualize your business logic

You can skip presentations and additional documentation with a visual interface communicating your data structure and dependencies for the stakeholders. SQL is excellent for explorative analysis, but scattered SQL files make it hard for stakeholders to understand the business logic powering the reports.


Prepare data independently

We guide the business user to focus on the desired output table while embedding the data modeling best practices and removing the complexity of developer workflows. Your company's business logic is unique, but analysts can define it without knowing data engineering best practices - we cover this part.


The code we build is exposed for you to review and evaluate.


We do not process any of your actual data - all we need to know are your warehouse schema, table, column & data type combinations.


Any changes made to your models are instantly reflected and propagated across all relevant files.


We do not modify your existing data models ever. All reconfigured models live within a container directory in your project.

What customers say about us

reconfigured is a central piece of our data stack. After building our core datasets, we were able to make a strategic business decision to change our pricing strategy for our self-service offering.
Eran Flicker, Senior Revops Manager at Camunda
Eran Flicker,
Senior RevOps Manager at Camunda
reconfigured allows automated and much quicker way to build dbt models for extensive data projects. Doing it manually ourselves would mean investing significant time in SQL coding, leaving a lot of room for mistakes.
Vera DImitrova, Growth Engineer at Paddle
Building data transformation pipelines is straightforward with reconfigured. Instead of repeatedly digging through a hundred raw data sources, I can analyze ten tables modeled towards our business use cases.
Eerik Puustinen, Data Analyst at M Room
Eerik Puustinen,
Data Analyst AT M Room

What is the right time to start using reconfigured

You are an analyst losing time with old SQL queries

You know more agility would come from graduating one-off queries into reusable data sets, but you don't have the time and capacity to work on data infrastructure.

You are a data engineer onboarding analysts to dbt

Your data engineering team serves a large analyst community. You want to share data modeling ownership, but analysts have no time to learn developer workflows and dbt.

You are a developer who has to take care of analytics

You joined the company early and understand the business, so the requests to power analytics are piling on your backlog - eating time from other projects.

Where does reconfigured sit in the data stack?

reconfigured data warehouse

Quickly enable visualizations with BI tools, automate product-led growth processes, and power feature development due to the robust domain layer powering all use cases.

The platform guides you in designing conceptual and logical data models and compiles the physical data model with every change you make. You can use any dbt or SQL macro to transform edge cases.

The first layer ensures incremental loading and historicization for your reports. Engineers can define guardrails for the allowed joins and join paths between sources.

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