Tellusant’s focus is on streamlining corporate higher-order cognitive processes.
That is, we not only deliver the insights, we also do it efficiently and as cloud serve-service apps with no consultants required (in many cases).
So what do we mean by higher-order cognitive processes?
The graph below shows the level of cognitive reasoning required for various processes. It is inspired by a discussion with business school professor and start up advisor with a PhD in psychology: Daniel Isenberg.
He mentioned that he sees more and more examples of automation being applied in higher-order cognitive processes at large companies.
We give the highest importance to cross-functional collaboration, evaluative thinking, analytical integration (across knowledge domains). The characteristics of higher- and lower-order reasoning are from academic literature.
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Within TelluPlan's suite of products, StrategyAI, PACE, and TelluSim aim at the higher order levels of processes. QuantRisk and Fox are mid-level products.