Google is a common word today.
It’s as synonymous with search as Frisbee is to flying discs, Xerox is to photocopies, and Band-Aid is to adhesive bandages.
Whether they intended to is irrelevant—these brands changed the world.
In fact, these brands were so transformational that they became household names and words used to describe everyday things or actions.
We mostly use these terms in a generic sense, but they all began as distinct brand names with aspirational missions.
Just like many of the tech companies we talk about every day.
Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google in 1998 with a mission “to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
Facebook made headlines last summer when it changed its mission statement to “give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.”
Twitter’s mission is to “give everyone the power to create and share ideas and information instantly, without barriers.”
Finally, Amazon began with a mission “where customers can find and discover anything they might want to buy online.”
All of these are similar to what we communicate with TADA.
Why TADA Transforms Business Intelligence
Like Google, TADA organizes your business’s information to make it universally accessible and useful amongst your team members. We do this by building a digital duplicate of your organization, binding data from multiple sources to a semantic networking, and blasting that information to any device you wish.
Like Facebook, TADA gives your business the power to build community and bring your company closer together. That’s because TADA enhances collaboration by incorporating data for your digital duplicate - for example - from suppliers, delivery, strategy, people, and budgets to give your team the information they need to drive end-to-end problem-solving.
Like Twitter, bringing this data together in TADA breaks down barriers. The real-time updates to your digital duplicate mean you can access a 360-degree view in your organization at any time from any place.
And, like Amazon, TADA relies on infinite navigation to let your team find anything they might want to know about your company within your digital duplicate, such as sales during a thin slice of time or to better understand and predict maintenance cycles.
Finally, like all of these trailblazing organizations, TADA is applicable and scalable. A digital duplicate can be build for companies in industries such as manufacturing, supply chain, healthcare, consumer packaged goods, insurance, finances, and M&A.
If you are ready to transform your business and make “TADA” a common phrase within your organization, contact us today.