The benefit of being able to, very quickly understand the impact of a scenario is that’s the way that planning in a business environment actually works. You are making decisions every day and you need to make those decisions immediately because things happen that you have to respond to. If you have to give the problem to a day a scientist to go into an isolated area to spend days and weeks in order to tell you what the answer is, well, the questions already changed. So the answer isn’t really relevant.

Weeks later. A business user that has a very specific expertise on their silo within the business doesn’t want to lean on a data scientist with a technical background that doesn’t understand anything about their silo of the business to tell them the answer. They want to understand the answer themselves. They want to run the scenarios themselves.

We enable that. We don’t have a trust issue because the business user has to then get an answer translated from a data scientist.