Helping an established analog company scale with technology and enter new markets.
Before partnering with Generativ, national tutoring practice Much Smarter had built a sterling reputation for standardized test score improvement; but after a decade in the business, their growth hit a ceiling. Engaging Generativ, the company sought to create a digital product that would deliver their expertise to more students, allowing the company to scale while introducing their practice to a broader audience, including students whose families can't afford private tutoring.
Leveraging deep experience in product development and an expert competitive research team, we designed and built a product based on the most effective content and user experience for Much Smarter's audience.
In the context of a long-term strategic plan, we developed a course creation tool, tutor portal, gamification and analytics for a digital product built on the Much Smarter approach.
In an initial test of the Much Smarter digital product by 45 students, test scores rose more than 30%.
Building a complex technical product to compete with the world's largest search engine.
When a former hedge fund analyst wanted to create a better search experience for finding restaurant dishes, he approached Generativ to build an app that could rival Google. To keep the user experience advertisement-free, the founder also sought to collect user data that would rival powerful research competitors like Nielson and Mintel.
As a consumer search engine, the app required a lightning-quick response from millions of data points. As a B2B data service, it needed analytics that would allow for the collection of large amounts of data, and swift, comprehensive analysis.
As with all our projects, we designed WhatToOrder with the capacity to scale. This meant creating a framework that allowed not only for rapid growth, but also for the agility to adapt with new market research, user feedback and ideas.
With the framework in place, Generativ focused on building an architecture that allowed for nearly unlimited data entry without sacrificing speed. Finally, through diligent research and an understanding of both user intent within the consumer market, and data priorities in the food industry, we built the app to allow for multiple feature sets -- rivaling those of Google in breadth and speed.
WhatToOrder delivers a search response in less than 10 milliseconds, processing millions of metadata points across hundreds of thousands of menu items. By incorporating multiple feature sets, the app's analytics return data that is actually valuable to business users.
Sprout Health Group
Rebuilding an established property to outrank larger brands in a fiercely competitive market.
When national addiction treatment company Sprout Health Group wanted to compete with the industry's largest brands, it approached Generativ to rebuild its website without sacrificing its organic search ranking. The company also sought to better communicate its mission, provide more informative content, and convert more visitors on the website.
Recognizing Sprout's dual technical and content needs, we started with the foundation of search engine optimization: website speed and high-quality content. Implementing the same layered architecture we take to all projects, we built a new website with SEO, performance, and accessibility rankings >90/100 , a 30+ point improvement over the original site, and a layout that prompted visitor interaction.
We also created a framework for use across other properties in the Sprout Health portfolio, allowing the company to quickly deploy and optimize a clean, consistent presence for every facility acquired.
To achieve Sprout's content goals, we worked closely with the team to understand their mission, audience and goals, then developed an editorial process that would allow for both the quality and scale needed to rival Sprouts' competitors. Upon identifying sourced a team of experienced copywriters to produce articles and resources that could rival Sprout's competition. While developing an editorial process.
Sprout increased its overall search traffic by more than 600% in three months, earning a first-page ranking for multiple target keywords and driving revenue & investment.