What if you could answer
any predictive business question, fast, accurately, on your own?
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Who are our top customers and how do we acquire more of them?

Who is likely to try this newly-launched product?

How can we reduce our reliance on promotions?

Where should we open our next store?

Who will switch from product A to B next month?

The first predictive software platform that lets business users ask any predictive question and get high-quality results in minutes instead of months.

After years of research at MIT, Endor’s new predictive intelligence platform completely reinvented and automated the process of answering predictive business questions.

No coding, data cleaning, or a team of PhDs required.

2 MonthsVs.15 Minutes
2 Months
Current Process
Business user asks a question
BI analysts clean and enrich the data into an analytical data set
Data scientists build machine-learning algorithms to find the right predictive model
Test the model to make sure it works
Business user uses the model and finds it doesn't completely answer the question
Model goes back to data science to fix and improve
Business user can ask a limited number of questions
Expand and rewrite the model for any new business question
Test the model to make sure it works
15 Minutes
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*No PhDs required
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Five minute integration
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Business user can ask any
predictive question

Get an Answer

In 15 minutes. High quality guaranteed.

As simple as that.
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Under The Hood
Social Physics

Social Physics is a new science that uses big data to build a predictive, computational theory of human behavior.

It originated at MIT through research by Prof. Alex Pentland, creator of the MIT Media Lab and one of the world’s most cited scientists.

Endor extended Social Physics using proprietary technology into a powerful engine that is able to explain and predict any human behavior.

We are coming to realize that human behavior is determined as much by the patterns of our culture as by rational, individual thinking.

These patterns can be described mathematically, and used to make accurate predictions

Prof Alex Pentland