Building the things that do not exist, yet.
Yet Analytics delivers experience intelligence in human capital analytics by providing a dynamic and interactive analytics platform contributing insight into the operational optimization of talent through the real-time visualization of trends in engagement, learning, information usage and team behaviors.
We founded Yet to make the world’s data more visible, accessible and actionable.
And we have built a platform designed to bring the power of experience intelligence and advanced analytics directly to the people responsible for developing human capital.
Our products are built to help answer important business questions.
And we are active in the data ecosystem, especially in our support of data interoperability standards through our charter corporate membership in the Data Interoperability Standards Consortium and our ongoing work in the xAPI community.
Originally a team of ex-pats from Johns Hopkins University, we leveraged our expertise in learning science, data structures, human performance analytics and creativity — and we built a company around a vision. We dug deep and sought questions as much as we sought answers. We spent years constructing a new analytics architecture to provide meaningful answers to these questions. And we shared our vision, and our solutions, with the world — presenting at SXSW Interactive, co-authoring papers at I/ITSEC, participating in the xAPI Design Cohort and xAPI Camps at UCF's Institute for Simulation and Training as well as at the corporate headquarters of Amazon and Autodesk. We had a story to tell and we told our story wherever we went.
Because Yet’s solution has opened up new opportunities for innovation in human capital. Robust enough for the data scientist, but designed to be accessible to the business user, Yet’s platform allows any organization to leverage the power of analytics in human capital. Using data to understand talent. To develop talent. To manage and optimize talent.
A new era has begun. As key developments in learning science, data structures and the philosophy of talent optimization have converged, it is time to take a fresh look at the power of human capital analytics. Because competitive organizations know that the ability to manage, develop, and leverage their talent and to help their people grow through personalization and engagement is key to innovation. This is why leading organizations have chosen to lead with what Yet built.
This is why Yet continues to build the things that do not exist, yet.