Make data driven decisions about your organization's culture.

We help sort through the noise in internal company communication.

We offer measurable insights.

Using natural language understanding, community structure analysis, and linguistic inquiry methods, we examine social interactions over company messaging platforms to determine specific metrics your company is most interested in, such as:

Culture
Determine your culture and existing trends that lead to it.

Social Dynamics
Identify individual relationships & cliques, and analyze communication across hierarchy and gender.

Management
Understand team-specific communication styles and take a look at productivity and team morale over time.


Our Process

Our process is a straightforward three steps. Curious about how monokul works in practice? Check out a few of our case studies


Initial consultation
Tell us what you’re interested in learning about your organization.

Analyze messages
We design and send a transparent algorithm that you can run offline on your own computers.

Receive results
We return actionable insights from the anonymized results you send us.



Custom engineered to fit your needs.

We understand that every organization's specific problems are frequently subject to change and influenced by variable factors. That's why we design our technology around you, not the other way around.


Platform support

Whether you're on Slack, Hipchat, Mattermost, or your own company messaging platform, we should be able to help you run our specially designed algorithm on your own computers. And if you're curious, you can learn more about our privacy procedures here.





Interested in trying Monokul?

If you're interested in trying Monokul or have any questions, feel free to shoot us a quick e-mail at hello@monokul.com. We look forward to hearing from you!



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