In a time of economic uncertainty, it’s critical that companies use their scarce resources wisely. Yet, even in the best times, smart companies consistently focus on goals that are predictably bad (e.g. 1x levers instead of 100x levers). Why do companies pursue predictably bad goals? The root causes are that companies are complex, the world is uncertain, and current tools don’t do a great job helping leaders understand how the pieces fit together to generate growth. As a result, teams operate via a combination of heuristics and siloed local optimizations, all of which are subject to error and obfuscate what’s really important. This creates hundreds of billions of dollars in waste. Our technology helps reveal the right goals. We enable companies to simulate the future so they can find better unit economics, drive growth, and innovate more effectively. We are currently in a closed alpha with an initial set of customers.Something looks off?