ABOUT US

Entigence Corporation is a leading provider of analytics solutions to a range of public sector and higher education clients. CxOs engage us for our advisory and implementation services for data management and Provosts engage us for our SaaS product for faculty management. Our team is comprised of passionate professionals with varied backgrounds and expertise in understanding higher education data and university processes. Our love of creative problem-solving and a commitment to the best Lyterati user experience drives our product forward.

We are ready to help you support the missions of your institution. 

Our Story

Entigence is a small- and woman-owned business located in the Washington DC area. We were founded in 2002. Lyterati was created by a team of academic and analytics experts to connect faculty processes and systems commonly used in universities. With the help of our clients, we have evolved Lyterati into supporting a comprehensive range of functions.

Our Goals

  • To support educational excellence

  • To foster effective academic institutions

  • To further the eminence and prominence of faculty by making accessible the expertise they bring to a university

  • To leverage the latest technologies thereby reducing the total cost for universities

  • To promote effective and efficient processes for access to and management of faculty data

  • To support collaboration between departments, colleges, faculty and administration within universities, which can lead to teaching and research innovations

  • To provide access to the most accurate, updated data

  • To continuously provide improvements to link to more available data

  • To remain simple to use – from data collection, updates, collaboration through discovery, searching, compliance and other reporting

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"We selected Lyterati as our enterprise-wide solution because of the flexibility and benefits it provides for managing faculty annual reviews, administering the P&T process, and generating faculty-related reports on demand."

— Vice Provost