Different teams within organisations endeavour to analyse both project and company-wide data but struggle to make their insights widely available inside the business since the tools that they use - Jupyter notebooks and Github to name but a few - are only used by the technical members of these teams. And this leads to scattered knowledge.
How does this happen, you ask?
Kyso is your company’s knowledge hub for all data-based reporting and discussion. Because we integrate with all the standard data science tools, there is no barrier to adoption, and data teams can continue with their existing workflow. Once their organisational version control system (VCS) is connected with Kyso, the computation to publication of results becomes automatic. On the non-technical side of the business, access to insights is democratised. Reports are posted to a team's Kyso dashboard where everyone can read, learn, and apply these insights to their own respective roles. Previously siloed data insights and discussion are can now be transformed into action.
Your organisation can now truly begin to leverage value created by democratising access to all projects, insights and discussion. In this way, we are bridging the communication gap that exists between different teams and departments around the business.
Knowledge becomes consolidated
Everyone around the business is empowered
Let's take a quick look at an example workflow. ACME Inc. is a large pharmaceuticals company that, among other things, is doing R&D for a vaccine to the coronavirus.
1. A discussion is created for all to see
Somebody in the #healthcare team poses a question to the general channel about the results on the latest vaccine trials.
2. Someone else might have the answer..
This sparks a debate and someone from another department is pulled into the discussion, who may have worked on the project.
3. They run the numbers and pull in the report
Both the report and all discussion & collaboration on that report are forever linked.
4. Sometime later, someone else is looking for a similar answer
Results are discoverable across the entire organisation. Other business stakeholders who, before such a system was adopted, would never have access to these kinds of reports created by various other teams around the business, located on opposite ends of the world.
The most important takeaway here is that knowledge is not the results and reports alone, but also the conversation that those results inspire, which are forever linked and searchable.
Well that's it for now. I hope you have enjoyed this brief presentation of Kyso, who we are and the problems we look to solve for teams and companies.