Hypothesis for Business
Hypothesis for Confluence
In today’s fast-paced, digitally driven world, effective communication is crucial for the success of any team. However, with a multitude of SaaS tools available, teams often struggle with disjointed communication channels and isolated data silos.
With Hypothesis integrated into Confluence, users can collaborate all within one app, streamlining communication and eliminating the confusion or disconnect that can happen when using multiple tools. This powerful integration makes it easier for teams to stay on the same page and work more efficiently together.
Hypothesis for SaaS
The growing reliance on software, particularly Software as a Service (SaaS), is a crucial factor in the success of modern businesses. Hypothesis provides a centralized space for internal and external collaboration across all of your SaaS platforms. Companies desire the capability to collaborate with their coworkers throughout their software stack. This includes internal content, as well as any external sources that are reachable through my browser or other native applications. Workers aspire to have the freedom to annotate a variety of media types, such as text, video, images, data, and many more. By embracing broad standards and prioritizing interoperability, SaaS providers can create a more connected, efficient, and innovative environment that empowers teams to work better together. ONE app to collaborate across ALL apps.
Hypothesis for Developers
For developers, reviewing API documentation and having a conversation with the Product & Engineering teams regarding the optimal way to implement updates is crucial. It is also essential for them to be able to provide comments on designs in programs like Figma to ensure absolute clarity with the product design team about the proposed changes. Moreover, teams require the ability to comment on documentation with links to the code, allowing for a unified collaboration process without the need to navigate multiple systems. Hypothesis’s streamlined approach enhances efficiency and facilitates thorough code reviews before release.
Hypothesis for Research
Pharmaceutical companies require the capability to annotate and discuss emerging scientific literature, ranging from established studies to breaking discoveries published on rapid services like bioRxiv, in confidential team channels with colleagues within their organization. Researchers need to stay informed of public discussions and commentary on the same articles by members of various scientific communities.
Hypothesis for Legal
Legal teams require the ability to annotate web content for discussion with internal teams and for later use in issuing cease and desist orders. Similarly, as a part of a litigation team in a law firm, lawyers may need to confidentially markup public case law that is specific to a case they are working on. Moreover, they may require access to public annotations on the same case law to remain informed about the general public’s opinions as they build their case.
Hypothesis for Marketing
Marketers need the ability to mark up a website and share it with their team as an illustration of best practices or to indicate areas where changes could be made. Also, imagine that they had the ability to analyze a competitor’s earnings call transcript with their finance team, breaking down shifts in sales and marketing investments. Furthermore, internal teams want to publish content that will stimulate user engagement.
Hypothesis for Customer Support
To comply with user-generated content (UGC) policies, it is essential to have adequate support solutions that allow troubleshooting and issue resolution without downloading images onto local devices. Approximately 85% of UGC use cases are of images depicting the customer’s issue. Support tools must have in-browser annotation capabilities to eliminate the need to download images. This will prevent customers’ UGC from being stored on local support personnel machines, ensuring compliance with UGC policies.
Hypothesis for Design
Designers need to collect precise feedback on existing designs from clients from their existing web properties in a simple, fast and specific way. This approach should be uncomplicated, prompt, and tailored to their needs. Additionally, they need a unified feedback platform that is separate from the design application, allowing it to blend in with other ongoing conversations and be easily accessible to clients.