#1 Knowledge-Centric

Software Engineering Intelligence

Helping Engineering Leaders

drive predictable and efficient delivery

with leading indicators

from analyzing source code

Who is this for?

Chief Technology Officers

Drive Predictable and Efficient Software Delivery connected to Business Goals

Engineering Managers

Ensure Developers enjoy their Work Experiences and Realize their Potential

Clients of Outsourcing Services

Gain Transparency and Control Outsourcing Vendors

What you get

Maximized Productivity

  • Boost Efficiency: Measure and optimize the efficiency of knowledge acquisition and application to deliver value faster.
  • Minimize Waste: Reduce errors and rework by identifying areas with high information loss rate and making necessary adjustments.
  • Improve Capability: Benchmark and elevate efficiency across teams, projects, and programs, driving consistent growth and performance.

Improved Developer Experience

  • Foster a Positive Work Environment: Monitor and enhance developer happiness, contributing to a motivated and enthusiastic team.
  • Achieve Reduced Cognitive Load: Quantify mental effort required for tasks, allowing for task simplification and better task allocation to manage developer complexities.
  • Increase Collaboration: Gain insights into the efficiency of information acquisition relative to the number of active developers, ensuring smooth communication and cohesive teamwork.

Aligned leadership team

  • Demystify Data with Intuitive Metrics: Use metrics that resonate with and are easily understood by the entire leadership team, promoting informed decision-making.
  • Bridge Developer Experience with Business Productivity: Correlate the well-being of developers with the economic outcomes, emphasizing the direct impact of a motivated team on productivity.
  • Validate the Impact of their Management Practices: Equip managers with objective data to confidently justify their strategies to other leadership members, ensuring that practices are in line with organizational growth objectives.

When you get results

In just hours, you will transform the extensive history of your projects into immediate, visual insights with comprehensive diagrams.

Company Collaboration Over Time

  • The diagram showcases the relationship between an organization's capability and its size over selected timeframe
  • The x-axis delineates time in terms of weeks,
  • The blue line offers a visual trajectory of the organization's average capability variations over the period.
  • The green line provides a representation of the company's growth or reduction in size, with each point signifying the total number of developers contributing during a specific week.

Company Happiness Over Time

  • The diagram visually tracks Happiness level for the company over a selected period
  • On the x-axis, the diagram displays the week dates, while on the y-axis, it shows the Happiness levels.
  • Each colored dot represents an individual developer's Happiness level, and the dark blue line represents the average Happiness level for all developers.

Forecasting Project Completion Time

  • The forecast graph depicts the cumulative growth rate of anticipated knowledge discovery via a thick blue line, with the x-axis showing the project timeline and the y-axis indicating the cumulative growth.
  • Distinct lines, including green for the most probable completion date, dashed red for the earliest, and dashed blue for the latest, offer a range of possible outcomes.
  • Below the graph, a histogram visualizes the probable completion dates and their likelihood, presenting an overview of potential timelines.
Available in both SaaS and On-Premise versions

How It Works

KEDEHub platform has three main functions: analyzing Git repositories, calculating Knowledge-centric metrics, and presenting results visually.
KEDEHub is available in both SaaS and On-Premise versions.

Analysis is conducted on local clones of Git repositories.

  • Your source code and commit messages remain secure on your premises, ensuring the protection of your intellectual property.
  • No Intellectual property (IP) is captured through the analysis of the source code and commit messages.
  • The analysis is carried out by an open-source agent, which can be found here.

No Disruptions for Developers

  • There is no need for software installations on developers' computers.
  • Developers are not required to provide any additional input.
  • Consent from developers is not necessary.

Case studies


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