In today’s rapidly evolving digital landscape, technology startups are emerging with unique solutions to solve complex problems.
One such company is Coherence Technologies, a Vancouver-based startup making waves in tech with an innovative approach to solving problems.
At the core of Coherence is a team of “lateral thinkers” who thrive at taking on difficult problems and solving them creatively.
The team is run by experienced professional Sachin Deo, who brings big data, data science, and engineering expertise to the company as a solution designer.
Similarly, cofounder Dipti Bhide is a product management expert who is passionate about creating products that solve real problems and alter paradigms for a better future.
According to Deo, the company’s data scientists have machine learning and statistical prowess and are skilled at finding key stories and themes within big data to help solve problems. Researchers at Coherence Technologies are subject matter experts and field researchers who use curiosity and dedication to uncover insights.
The guiding principles that drive Coherence Technologies’ work include a commitment to identifying specific problems and uncovering opportunities where data science and design can make high impact. The company is also dedicated to simplifying the journey for its users, making sure solutions are user-friendly.
Products from Coherence include Predictable, a data science product that healthcare practices can leverage to unlock the power of their data and make decisions, and ZigZag, which aims to assist children with autism through technology.
Most recently the startup launched LittleLit, an “app that turns your child’s wildest ideas into stories in seconds,” according to a statement from Coherence.
With a simple topic or idea provided by the child, LittleLit creates personalized stories on the spot, “igniting their imagination and fostering a love for reading in an instant.”
“LittleLit is not just a storytelling app,” says Bhide. “It is a tool for parents to connect with their children in a meaningful way.”
Through engaging content, LittleLit provides a gentle and relatable way for parents to discuss complex topics with their kids.
“Through personalized stories, parents can initiate important conversations, foster a love for reading, and create lasting memories, including for neuro-divergent children with conditions such as autism and dyslexia,” Bhide says.
Bhide cites research which shows that increased exposure to diverse stories can lead to improved vocabulary, literacy, and cognitive development in children, setting them up for success in school and beyond.
“As a parent and the founder of LittleLit, I’m proud to offer a solution that makes storytelling a truly magical and transformative experience for all families,” Bhide stated.
LittleLit is now available for download on App Store and Google Play Store.
The Coquitlam-born LittleLit app is part of a broader AI trend across British Columbia and Canada.
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