Now you can say that about spreadsheets. 

Spreadsheets continue to play important roles in your company even though we know spreadsheet data is poorly governed.  Scattered across desktops, you can lose track of changes and where numbers come from. 

Truenumbers is a new approach to managing data, made for people not programmers, that takes spreadsheets from necessary evil to becoming the best managed information in the enterprise.

But Truenumbers is not just about spreadsheets.  Based on cloud and big-data technologies, it's in line with new paradigms leaving the SQL era behind.  Perfect for the Internet of Things, or as a component in new information systems and applications, Truenumbers can transform any industry including finance, engineering, healthcare and manufacturing.

 

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"Any IT executive whose company uses spreadsheets prolifically should be looking at Truenumbers -- any industry — including education, financial services, government, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing, retail, and so on — can benefit from it."

-Marc Halpern, Gartner

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What's a truenumber?

An ordinary number is just digits, putting the burden on us to keep track of what it means and where it came from. A truenumber is a packet of metadata stored in the cloud that works like a regular number in documents, but carries with it what the number means, who specified it and when.  People can add comments or status tags to make them easier to find or to label them obsolete and so on.  You'll never have to ask what's that number -- where did it come from?  again. 

Create truenumbers by typing them in a natural input language, or import from Excel tables or text files.  As you create truenumbers and add tags to them, you are building a vocabulary that speaks directly to your application, grows and changes as you need it, on the fly.  Before you know it, you have assembled a data asset more traceable than anything else in the enterprise, and yet completely under your control.  Should you need to, Java and .NET APIs let your application developers integrate Truenumbers into your systems and workflows.

Learn more - see a demo

An introductory web demo will put Truenumbers in context for you using examples relevant to your needs in finance, engineering, healthcare or for the Internet of Things.  Sign up and we'll schedule one:

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About us

Located in Boston's Innovation District, True Engineering Technology was founded in 2008 by Allen Razdow,  inventor of Mathcad, the most widely-used engineering software.  

 

True Engineering Technology, LLC
51 Melcher St. Suite 201
Boston, MA 02210