Create a simple, explorable, data-driven model of your problem.
Find hidden conection opportunities and facilitate conversation.
Create a model for your portfolio of investments, projects, or whatever you're managing (left) with no code tools and then import your data from spreadsheets (center) or enter it directly. Visualize the connections in your portfolio immediately with the exploratory network viewer (right) or as connected tables.
Visualize the connections across your portfolio (left) that you can use as props to lead conversations about trade-off decisions (center). Exaptive's tested methods show that using shared visuals as conversation props can help align stakeholders and lead to novel insights (right).
Amplify your own intelligence with powerful algorithms and tools, don't replace human intuition. Unlock the power of descriptions and summaries by instantly extracting keywords and concepts hidden in your data (left). Use extracted concepts and terms to augment your understanding and create permanent connections (right).
Exaptive Cognitive City
Brand the Cognitive City as your own and convey strategy and goals from the first login (left). Create custom forms for people to add data missing from your portfolio. (center). Instill stakeholder ownership by making it easy to share, update, and control their information at any time (right).
Use your newly connected portfolio to create custom search tools (left) to help people find relevant knowledge and capabilities and potential people and projects to collaborate with. Built in collaboration tools help people see how they overlap and safely reach out to collaborate (center). The matchmaker helps you model resource allocation scenarios for solving specific problems (right).
As you implement your strategy and collect outcome information, the knowledge captured in the portfolio network can be analyzed for specific patterns (left) to understand which activities are producing impact and how. Patterns of engagement, like people sharing insights they found from connecting different presentations they observed (right), can be easily identified and used to improve and adjust your efforts.