Replace out of date spreadsheets and requests to the IT
team with a single pane of glass view into your data products.
Is your team answering the same questions over and over again from prospects? Give them the same view into the data as your engineers.
Syndetic connects directly to any S3 bucket, FTP server, or API and acts as the operating system for your data sales and relationship management team. They get up-to-the-minute insights into the data they're selling, and can share that insight with prospects as easily as sharing a Google doc.
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Forget about complicated workflows involving spreadsheets, PDFs, and requests to the data team. In Syndetic, everything is one place - search across your data products, inside your data sets, and everywhere in between. All the tools you need to start, run, and grow your data business.
It's like a "super data dictionary service"!
Super great idea. I've been talking to data scientist/eng in B2B SaaS space on how we should bring best practices like that to the Sales/Marketing/bizops world too.
This makes a lot of sense to me. I've been at multiple organizations where there have been efforts to create these "data dictionaries" explaining the meaning of the data, especially when the schemas or APIs are not well designed.But then manually writing documentation is obviously tedious and can typically only be written by the data team that knows the underlying data well, which is not always the best use of their time.
You guys clearly understand our data problems!
I love how you guys are helping build data businesses!
This is really, really, really interesting.
This addresses a bunch of major pain points for us.
If I answered the same question from a customer in the past week, I give them the same answer. If not, I'm helpless.
As more and more tech companies realize they are actually data companies, this is only going to become more and more needed.
Makes a ton of sense to me, I really wish the datasets that I work with had this or some kind of equivalent.
I think if all data providers had something like this, my job would be a lot easier.
This is so much more streamlined than what we were doing before.
Companies spend a lot of time and money on this problem.