Dysrupt Labs launches world’s first SaaS collective forecasting platform
Dysrupt Labs has launched Percypt, the “first” Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) collective forecasting platform.
The firm says Percypt is designed to give organisations insight on questions; and by tapping into the combined insight of its teams and networks, it says collective forecasts are 30-80% more accurate.
Dysrupt Labs CEO Karl Mattingly says surveys, polls and traditional management reporting “only show a static moment in time, a snapshot really” but its platform offers “rationale comments, trend and demographic analysis”, which uncover “deeper insight” for “better decisions”.
The platform uses collective intelligence, algorithms, and behavioural psychology. It’s the “first” platform of its kind that has been built for scalable, self-service use by any team or organisation. Teams get real-time results, that are continuously updating to reflect new information.
It has launched with a free version, available now for up to 50 users.
Dysrupt Labs is home to a portfolio of collective intelligence businesses. Along with Percypt, these are Almanis – a public global prediction site – its first platform launched in November 2015; and Pyfina an investment funds management business. It has offices in the UK, US and Australia.