We facilitate transform data into real-world intelligence 


Drapsa-symbolizes a spark! A resultant vector when thought and reasoning resonate into actionable ideas. Ideas that are transformative and

relate to your business. We are in the data distillation business extracting relevant, contextual and insightful data components for your business.

Our experiential level of relating to business is by maintaining full awareness of the business context being addressed, draw valuable insights and

enable effective interpretation of various business dimensions so as to generate maximum impact. We adopt this approach without attempting to

alter or challenge any of its forces. 


Using our curated frameworks, offer strategic consulting, bespoke analysis & training to small and medium sized business, enabling them generate fresh business insights & strengthen decision making.


We help enterprises move faster, work smarter, and lead the way forward with an end-to-end solution for getting value out of data. We are technology and vendor agnostic. Our client relationships are fiduciary and always seeking your best interests.





Data has the power to transform business and improve society.​ We’re much more than data integration and analytics company. In other words,

we’re about impact.​ We’re about empowering businesses to make meaningful discoveries that drive actual change. ​​​We believe in being rewarded

for outcomes that matter to you ​. We make it possible by proposing solutions and suggest insights in a free-form, curiosity-driven exploration​


We believe that data is the new language of business. We see data literacy – the ability to read, work with, analyze, and argue with data – as

mission-critical to success. ​ We therefore, engage with customers and help them get the data literacy improvements in their workforces so they

can lead with data.



Our values define us and our independence is sacrosanct.​​ Our decisions and actions are always in keeping with our curated value system.​​ We

treat client information as if it were our own. ​We make recommendations which we would personally follow.​ We adopt a philosophy practiced by

professionals who view ethical business as the highest calling.​​ We use a simple test to determine if we are honoring our principles: can we

routinely cite instances where we declined a potentially lucrative deal because it was not in keeping with our value system?​​ We believe there is no

point in having principles if we refuse to follow them when it counts the most.