We help teams grow and thrive together
More than ever before, we have instant access to knowledge and one another. In seconds, we can find answers, connect with people, and share our voice with the world.
But when we go to work, these same tasks are frustrating, complex, or impossible. We can’t find answers quickly. Barriers between us and our teammates makes it hard to share and collaborate.
It’s time our work lives caught up to the rest of our lives. It’s time to stop searching for how to do our jobs and instead start maximizing our ability to do them well.
We've experienced first-hand just how powerful an open and transparent culture can be, so we built our knowledge management system to help enable that for teams around the world.
For high-performance teams, Tettra makes it easy to organize and share collective knowledge because it connects to the systems you already use.
We know how collaboration tools like Slack, Github, and Google Docs have enabled knowledge creation. So we built Tettra to work hand-in-hand with them to reference the knowledge already created in those platforms.
We’re a team of makers who take great pride in our work and want to create impactful and sustainable company. To do that, we believe that we should follow these "culture directives"
Talk to customers
Instead of guessing, try talking directly to a customer when you need to solve a problem.
Prioritize customer impact
Always try to prioritize doing things that directly help customers over things that make us feel good.
Reduce scope before quality
When making tradeoffs, always reduce the size or scope of a project before its quality.
Share early and often
Humans have the tendency to hide our work until we think it's perfect. Fight that urge and share your work, data, and ideas early and often.
Never assume something is unchangeable. Relentlessly seek the truth. Assume good intentions when people ask questions.
Don’t burn out
It's a marathon, not a sprint. Use your time wisely, work hard while you're at work and live well when you're not.
Homogenous thinking can be dangerous. Seek other viewpoints, experiences, and backgrounds to enrich all the work you do.
Tettra's made with ❤ in Boston and Melbourne.