Sumazi is the social data intelligence platform for enterprises and brands.
The average enterprise-level company owns 178 social media accounts, with 13 different departments — including marketing, sales and human resources — actively engaging in social media. But these businesses are just sitting on this incredibly valuable and yet under-utilized data about the people in their networks.
Sumazi is designed to help professionals across multiple departments leverage the valuable collective data that exists at their company. By doing so, Sumazi is breaking down the social data knowledge silos that exist at every large company.
Sumazi’s intuitive interface is used by business users and developers alike. It is connected to existing community software to extract and structure data about its community members in a uniﬁed data pooling system shared across departments.
Sumazi was a top 25 finalist selected from more than 1,000 applicants to compete at the prestigious Techcrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield, where it won the Omidyar Network Award for the startup “Most Likely to Change the World.” Sumazi has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, USA Today and Harvard Business Review.