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There are two subscriptions packages and tailored enterprise solutions also available:

  • Foundation edition – access to the CII, £2.50 per employee, per month
  • Premium edition – access to the full Index Library and full suite of products and capabilities: £4.50 per employee, per month

Summary of key features

  • Culture Workbench combines quantitative, qualitative and sentiment analysis alongside ONA
  • Uses tools such as machine learning and sentiment analysis
  • Integrations with 3rd party technology partners – Slack, Workplace by Facebook, Google Cloud
  • Culture Index Library available in nine languages -Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hindi (India), Japanese, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish
  • Ability to utilise Temporall team of data scientists for deep learning of existing data sets
  • Mobile App (iOS & Android) to make measuring culture even easier and more convenient – coming soon

Thomas Davies, Temporall Founder & CEO said, “Today marks a milestone moment for organisational health and workplace culture. For two years we’ve been developing our analytics technology to demystify culture, help business leaders develop it as a KPI and measure what impact it has. We wanted to create a cutting-edge enterprise ready tool that turns data into insight and helps leaders take informed action. And we’ve done just that.

Data analytics is already a growing practice for the C-Suite – in payroll, absences and operations performance, it can give insight into an organisation’s workforce and HR processes. And now businesses can use technology to gather more complex data about every element of company culture. I’m proud to work with a world-class team of experts and partners and look forward to seeing how culture analytics positively impacts performance for businesses in these transient times.”

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Stuart Simms, CEO of Rakuten Marketing, is an early adopter of culture analytics, believing it to be a cornerstone of managing change, and an active Temporall customer. He says “Culture analytics has helped us to track and measure the impact of change on our business performance. Historically we didn’t ask the right questions and they weren’t regularly supported up by meaningful data in terms of behavioural analysis and psychometrics. Now, not only do we ask the right questions, but more importantly we have the right tools to analyse and truly understand that data on demand.

Culture Workbench allows us to keep a constant eye on a dashboard, surfacing the impact of our decisions on employee engagement and motivation. Ultimately our ambition is to constantly evolve and adapt the organisation to ever changing market conditions, therefore we are selectively investing in tools which help achieve this mission.”