Your job is hard. Making it easier is our passion.
Intuitive, flexible, and fast—Savanna was designed for human interaction, to give analysts the tools they need to solve complex problems. Savanna brings disparate data together in a way that helps you visualize what cannot be “seen” with data alone, so you can quickly fill in the spaces to make better informed decisions.
Usability is our top priority, so you can dive right in and craft your analysis through visual and narrative tools, quickly turning the unknown into actionable results.
Savanna released its enterprise analysis product in 2010 to help our customers collaboratively solve complex problems. While our customers and the industries we serve are varied, the problems they seek to solve share many common attributes: rapidly changing situations, disparate data types in separate databases, and the need to correlate, collaborate, build and share a viable narrative in an environment of constant change.
Since its launch, each subsequent release of Savanna has added new functionality and focus for users: collaboration, all-source data, flexible data modeling, link analysis, and plug-ins, including access to social media sources.
Savanna is based in downtown Portland, Oregon. Our customers span the globe, and include intelligence analysts, law enforcement, corporate risk analysts and research. Savanna and its software dependencies have successfully undergone Department of Defense accreditation for deployment on classified networks.
The Savanna team has deep technical chops, with expertise ranging from Ph.D.s in experimental biophysics, and Mythology and Depth Psychology, with advanced degrees in Computational Linguisics and Inter-Engineering. We have programmers, data visualization gurus specializing in maps and d3, alongside Veteran Army open source analysts, Korean analysts and Arabic analysts. Wharton and the London School of Economics are under our belt, as well as Cloud and Security Architect wizards. Our members have created—and sold—startups, run international divisions of Fortune 500 companies. One even won an Academy Award for groundbreaking Scientific and Engineering computer graphics.
Our development team exists to improve usability and functionality for our end users. Our analysts understand that conflict zones, criminal networks, and corporate supply chains all have interesting stories, and we love going to work to deconstruct and then retell them in blogs, videos, and other Productions.
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