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Briefer is backed by Y Combinator

Generate unique insights using code.

Easily connect to your data sources, and run queries or Python using whichever environments you need. Generate unique insights your business would not get using traditional tools.

How it works

Queries, code, and visualizations in one place.

Connect directly to your data sources and query them.

Use query results in visualisations or as dataframes in Python blocks.

Connect your data source

Connect Briefer to data sources like Postgres, BigQuery, Redshift, or Snowflake.

Run queries

Run SQL queries straight from your Briefer documents.

Execute Python

Run Python code using your query results as dataframes.

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SQL support

Query your data.

Connect directly to your data sources, gather data, export it to CSV, and automatically write or fix queries using AI.

CSV Imports

Python support

Run Python code on powerful machines.

Choose a Python version, install any packages, and run your code in whichever type of machine you want (including machines with GPUs).

Use query results as dataframes.
Briefer automatically converts query results into dataframes that you can use in Python blocks.
Choose your compute.
Configure your Python blocks to run on machines with more CPUs, more RAM, or even GPUs.
Use AI to write code and fix errors.
Instead of writing code, just describe what you want to do. If you make a mistake, the AI will fix it for you.
Schedule executions.
Schedule your Python blocks to run on a recurring schedule. Ideal for writebacks or training and monitoring ML models.
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Built for collaboration.

Briefer gets your team on the same page (literally).

Multiplayer editing
See who's editing which part of the document and collaborate in real time.
Add comments, raise issues, and tag your teammates in any part of the document.
Presentation mode
Hide code from non-technical stakeholders and present your findings in a clean, easy-to-read format.
Granular permissions
Control who can view or edit which workspace, and the data sources in each.