Be curious

We’ve taken the headache and the cost out of data engineering, analysis and visualisaton to enable everyone trying to create social change to get answers and insights from their data.

Why use Insightano?

Automated reporting

Gain instant access to your impact reports, funder updates and operational dashboards, to increase and communicate your impact

No technical experience required

Our no-code data engineering and visualisation platform gets your data in the right place and gets you the insights you need with or without technical skills

Understand the context of your work

Use our Open Data Hub to augment your data, providing external context to the impact you want to create

Get in touch

Commit to learning how you can maximise your resources and your social impact

Insightano are the social impact data experts. We make it super simple to connect, manage, analyse and visualise your data.You can be using any combination of systems (or even just a heap of spreadsheets), and you can be using any impact framework or model. Insightano does all the heavy lifting.We're currently working with a small group of Corporate Foundations as Learning Partners to test our platform, learn where and how it can add most value and to plan our product road map.In the Spring we'll be selecting a cohort of Beta Partners to test our new features, learn even more and further develop our platform before we launch on the open market.If you'd like to find out more about becoming a Beta Partner or join our wait list, please complete our 'Get in touch' form.

Meet the Founders

Insightano is founded by Hannah Underwood and Callum Robson-Port, experts in the field.

Hannah Underwood

Hannah has been a CEO and Non Executive leader and consultant in the social change sector for almost 20 years and is a trusted figure in the UK Data for Good ecosystem.

Callum Robson-Port

Callum is a highly experienced Data Architect and Engineer with 14 years’ experience of technical expertise and data leadership gained across corporate multinationals, government departments and social change organisations.