CHICAGO, Oct. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Culture Amp is excited to announce its intelligent text analytics engine. The new release, scheduled for general availability this December, will accurately surface unique themes and sentiments within large volumes of qualitative feedback from employees.
Unlike generic text classifiers which require manual effort to classify comments into pre-defined categories, Culture Amp's solution uses machine learning techniques to identify groups of employees who share common interests and concerns.
Culture Amp CEO, Didier Elzinga, said that while many other companies had rushed to include text analytics in their offerings, there were often questions around how applicable or actionable insights could be.
"We wanted to go beyond building a word cloud on steroids. By understanding not only the what, but also the why and the who, we intend to equip organizations to understand and act on feedback like never before," Elzinga said.
"Our data science team has managed to marry state of the art statistical and machine learning techniques with an incredibly rich quantitative and qualitative data set to help companies get the right data to make the right decisions at the right time."
Since its Series B funding in early 2016, Culture Amp has continued to build out its core products, recently launching Employee Effectiveness, a 360° review system that focuses on learning and development as its primary motivation.
For more information on Culture Amp and to schedule a demo of the technology, please visit cultureamp.com.
About Culture Amp
Culture Amp is the world's most powerful employee feedback and analytics platform. We've brought together experts in technology, data science and industrial psychology to ensure everyone in the organization can get the clarity they need, when they need it. Measuring employee engagement, experience and 360 feedback is simple using Culture Amp. We're proud to work with innovative companies from Airbnb to Aesop, Pinterest to Pixar, Slack to SoulCycle, Wikimedia to Warby Parker. Culture Amp started the global People Geek movement - a community of people who use data to make better decisions to help employees.
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