Create data-connected maps, models, graphs, and trees with DoubleLoop. Instantly see correlations.
DoubleLoop integrates with the tools that you build/measure/learn with.
If you’d like to fast-track getting started, we’ll work with you hands-on to make a map of how your work ladders up to long-term business goals.
“DoubleLoop’s workshops go beyond defining your North Star metric. They set you up to put the North Star framework into action.” — John Cutler
Visualize your business with the North star framework, KPI trees, driver trees, opportunity solution trees, or growth loops.
DoubleLoop helps you grapple with the complexity of inputs and outputs.
Populate nodes on your map with time series data from your data sources. No PII is required.
“Validate” your strategy by exploring correlations between metrics with our drag-and-drop interface.
Align with stakeholders and refine your model when new data flows in. See example map.
DoubleLoop sends metric performance directly to Slack to heighten your team’s business awareness.
Track the right metrics and put data into action.
Orient your squad around outcomes, not features.
See a birds eye view of the business and refine your strategy.
We need a new form of business intelligence that understands the relationship between work and metrics.
With a persistent model of your strategy, the OKR process is radically more effective.
There's a shared pattern to how great companies think about metrics.
Important lessons from how Google practiced product analytics in 2005.
DoubleLoop strategically aligns our entire company on key initiatives and metrics. We use it to explain how our work fits together.
DoubleLoop is mission control for product, a single place to see our key inputs and outcomes. It provides a birds-eye view of company performance and makes our meetings more effective.
DoubleLoop is like a living depiction of our strategy. Our teams can easily connect their day to day work to the impact they’re making.
DoubleLoop is an essential tool for comparing actual project impact against our estimates and assumptions.