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Tool to automate data exploration 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 6/23/2021 10:33:04 AM)

Hey there!

My name is Clemens and I'm currently working at Kausa. We're a BI startup in the augmented analytics domain, that is working on automating data exploration and helping companies understanding why exactly their KPIs are changing.

Key features include:

  • Identify which subgroups drive your KPI changes within a minute. This allows you to focus on interpreting the results instead of spending hours slicing and dicing or playing around with filters in dashboards.

  • Get full confidence in your analyses. The AI-powered algorithm tests all potential hypotheses, ensuring that you don't miss an insight you didn't find the time to explore. Moreover, it also helps to reduce human biases.

  • Connect directly to your data warehouse (Snowflake, Redshift, BigQuery). Get automated KPI change detection and ensure you always act up the newest data.

  • Collaborate with your team members. Our platform allows you to tag people on key insights and notify them via mail or slack.

We're currently giving out free early access, so make sure to sign up on our page! Also looking forward to hearing your feedback :)

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