So one of the key companies that came up in this research on compensation technology providers was teller.com. They do a lot of things. Their product is called comp analyst, and it is. To serve companies that are small up to those that are very large with complex needs and that's unique and different in our space.
Usually you have different capabilities, different systems, different tools for different size companies or different needs, but they actually built this so that if you're smaller and you have very simple, relatively simple needs, you can use the system. You can use the data that they provide. You can use either both in that one products.
And as you get bigger, you can more complex. More specific needs. Maybe you need a different kind of survey or you need to load in 10 different data sources instead of just one data source and those kinds of things or figuring out how to manage the job descriptions because many of us are still using word documents, apparently that are stuff that some dusty, old, uh, electronic hold or somewhere to take care of that. So it allows you to do some of those things and manage that in a more robust way.. As you start to advance in that maturity as a compensation function, as an organization, you can unlock other capabilities within the system.
And access and use those resources as you grow. So our.com is known for doing those, having those things in one place, they have a product that doesn't just have the technology backbone behind it to support everything from a broader pay equity to market pricing jobs, to being able to run reports on your data and understand what's happening, that has all those capabilities, but then also have a data layer in there as well, where you can access their data sources both us and international. so.com is serving employers across the spectrum with these unique capabilities and they have a great blend of technology and data.