Monday, 18 June 2018


Wittin is a company dedicated to democratizing data, so the better use of information can transform the world.


Sat around a kitchen table one summer afternoon we started asking ourselves why charities, small businesses and civic organisations didn't rely on higher quality technical solutions.

During an age when technical know-how is not a hard limit and inspiration goes as far as your own creativity we saw where our skills, lying in between business process and system development, enabled us to see solutions where they didn't already exist.

We believe in knowledge equity for everyone. Bringing together key values in openness, transparency and honesty we believe we can enable better functioning organisations through our products.


Organisations and in particular the public sector has colossal amounts of data. However they do not know how to or do not have enough resources to unlock the potential in this resource. They are keen to adhere to the tenet of open government: Transparency, Participation and Collaboration, but in pratice there is very little opportunity for them to do so.

Wittin lets organisations share their data safely and engage with our community of citizen scientists. This allows for the creation of insights that feed back into the organisation saving time, money and effort. We believe that the more data that we can share the more complex problems we can solve.


Wittin does three things: first we offer our ability to design, plan, develop and deliver bespoke cloud based solutions to organisational challenges.

Second we build products that leverage modern user system experience against traditional organisational processes to build efficiency and cost effectiveness.

Finally we use our profit and knowledge to build social apps and systems to improve our community.

To this end we have developed our system to support civic organisations to improve their services to citizens.

There are basically two types of people. People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things. The first group is less crowded.