Meet Social Intelligence.
MutualMind started with a simple question: if business is becoming social, why isn’t Business Intelligence keeping up? Today’s social business needs true Social Intelligence – a complete suite of tools to understand, visualize and act on social data.
We’ve created a platform that helps marketers Listen Smarter, by giving them the tool set they need to create the one-of-a-kind solution they want. From the Desktop App to the HD Command Center we offer insights at any size – all with a full-featured API suite.
Analytics, Visualization, Engagement
The Desktop App is the hub of your MutualMind experience, providing you complete access to and control of your social data. Every setting, tool and chart is also mobile compliant, so you can have the same experience from a tablet as you would your keyboard. From one centralized workbench you can:
- Quickly segment and select data
- Visualize any data set on the fly
- Publish PDF reports of your findings
- Route key conversations to colleagues
Social Data, Supersized
The Command Center takes your real-time campaign data to the big screen – or your desktop screen, or your tablet screen, or any screen where you want to see social data from a higher-level view.
- HD visualizations for your campaigns
- 16 (and growing) widgets in catalog
- Build and launch in < 15 seconds
- No downloads needed; mobile compliant on iOS and Android
Pixels Tackle Paper
Sometimes you just need the PDF report – a simple file you can attach to your weekly team email to let them know how your brand’s social footprint is doing. We didn’t want you to spend hours snapping screenshots, so we put your report together for you in a clean visualization package designed especially for print.
- Custom PDF reports generated weekly or on demand
- Add select conversations to automatic reports as you find them
- Reports respect every change you make on the desktop – removing content, changing sentiment, etc.
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— MutualMind (@MutualMind) January 29, 2014