When ClearPeople created Atlas we wanted our platform to do more than just help people with communication, knowledge and collaboration. We wanted to build a platform that promotes inclusivity.
We believe that everyone, regardless of their role, location or abilities should be equipped with the right tools and information so that they can be effective at work. Importantly, this should all be in one place.
Due to people's different set of circumstances, abilities and backgrounds, they may not always be able to participate in what is happening around them. Only by actively engaging different perspectives, can we challenge and stretch our thinking, enrich employee experience and empower people to achieve more.
Inclusion is important to ClearPeople and was at the forefront of our minds when we developed Atlas - the people-first digital workspace for Microsoft 365. The digital workspace is all about those people. Bringing them together, bringing out the best in them and making your organisation shine in the process.
With Atlas, gone are the days of outdated content where only a few people could contribute to your intranet and knowledge areas. More users can add content across different areas without any technical knowledge. This is our contribution to digital meritocracy and Atlas "Add It" feature does exactly that – it enables simple contribution for everyone with an intuitive step-by-step wizard.
We have made accessibility one of the key features of our Atlas proposition, driven by our passion for inclusivity and experience with accessible digital solutions.
This experience dates to ClearPeople's inception. When service providers needed to comply with the DDA in 2004, we worked with numerous law firms to make sure their websites were compliant. We were then delighted to work with not-for-profit organisations to ensure that their websites were AA or, in some cases, AAA compliant.
Our culture is inclusive, enthusiastic and open, building long-term relationships through a shared philosophy.
The multiple awards we have won are an indication that our work has been recognized and appreciated.