We want to change the world's relationship with numbers
We started Decipad with the idea that you shouldn't need to be an analyst or programmer to make sense of the world's information.
Today, individuals and small businesses have access to the kind of data and information that only a few years ago would have been limited to large corporations. Yet, deriving insights from data and collaborating with numbers continues to be a seemingly impossible challenge.
Data Programming tools are powerful, but the barrier to entry is too high. They require knowledge of complex programming languages like python and SQL. Spreadsheets are more accessible, but they come with inherent problems. They are error prone, hard to scale and were not built for collaboration.
We created Decipad because we believe anyone should be able to use, model and understand data in meaningful ways across skill sets and perspectives.
We're removing barriers between tools for programmers and tools for everyone else to help more people participate in an increasingly data-rich world.