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Invisible is for ambitious industry leaders. Here's how we can help.

Here's how we help.

Operations and Finance leaders set up quality systems, run them, and adapt them to meet organizational needs. They also left doing the hard work of adoption and change management, building the plane while flying it too.

Invisible can take on most any defined workflow. Whether that's updating project management systems, maintaining transactions on core platforms, or rigorously attending to data quality. The benefit? Ops and Finance leaders can get out of cells and rows, and focus on what's next.

Highlights from the year:

Run a daily reconciliation of 70,000 inventory items.
363 contracts checked this year.
Run 650 triages.

For Example

Ops leaders have used Invisible to organize inventory, log contracts, source finance data from pitch decks, etc.
Scroll through the below to see "micro" use cases. And check out our case studies for more.

Reconciled Inventory

Before
Inventory and posted prices don't match.
After
Inventory and posted prices do match.

Entered Data

Before
Data in emails and spreadsheets wasn't in core operational platforms.
After
Data entered into the platforms where teams operate. (Here, Zoho)

A Library of Extracted Data

Before
A set of 4,000 pitch decks.
After
A library of prospective investments, continuously populated.

Financial Reports

Before
A portfolio's performance is in the CFO's spreadsheets.
After
The portfolio's performance is synthesized in a shareable report.

Accurate List of Vendors

Before
A list of service providers without good contact information.
After
A list of service providers with good contact information.

Competitive Landscape

Before
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.

Examples

Ops leaders have used Invisible to organize inventory, log contracts, source finance data from pitch decks, etc.

Scroll through the examples to the right 👉

Before:
Inventory and posted prices don't match.
After:
Inventory and posted prices do match.
Before:
Data in emails and spreadsheets wasn't in core operational platforms.
After:
Data entered into the platforms where teams operate. (Here, Zoho)
Before:
A set of 4,000 pitch decks.
After:
A library of prospective investments, continuously populated.
Before:
A portfolio's performance is in the CFO's spreadsheets.
After:
The portfolio's performance is synthesized in a shareable report.
Before:
A list of service providers without good contact information.
After:
A list of service providers with good contact information.
Before:
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After:
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.

Related Process & Tools

Client Experience

Everybody should be using Invisible. They have sped up processes across my life and my company by multiples...my assistant Bucky is my favorite person.

Eva Sadej
CEO, Medbar

Like having unlimited interns at your fingertips. Their accuracy and attention to detail is what makes them our choice for outsourced labor.

Darlene Byrne
Director of Marketing, Powur

Without Invisible, we wouldn’t be able to respond so quickly to new client demands.

Olivier Zimmer
Cofounder, Spate

I've always wanted something as flexible as Mechanical Turk, but capable of more complex tasks. Invisible is a dream come true.

Hugo Liu
Chief Data Scientist, Artsy

By letting Invisible take on repeated but nuanced tasks, we are able to focus our resources on actions that might drive a higher ROI.

Alex Immel
Admissions Manager, Pathrise

You're almost like a verb in our company. Any time someone tells me no or it can't be done, I'm like we'll just put Invisible on it, I don't see the problem here...like why don't we 'Invisible it.' "

Brennan Pothetes
Product Innovation, Rhino

I trust Indiana Jones to keep my data organized so I can...make data-driven decisions about the communities and networks I'm creating... Frankly, it would be impossible otherwise.

Daisy Onubogu
Head of Network, Backed VC
Before:
Inventory and posted prices don't match.
After:
Inventory and posted prices do match.
Before:
Data in emails and spreadsheets wasn't in core operational platforms.
After:
Data entered into the platforms where teams operate. (Here, Zoho)
Before:
A set of 4,000 pitch decks.
After:
A library of prospective investments, continuously populated.
Before:
A portfolio's performance is in the CFO's spreadsheets.
After:
The portfolio's performance is synthesized in a shareable report.
Before:
A list of service providers without good contact information.
After:
A list of service providers with good contact information.
Before:
Lack of intelligence on competitors business and products.
After:
A research report that includes competitor's revenue and product details.