Unite With Translator
Translator is on a mission to spread empathy and equality at scale. Translator was founded on the belief that the future of Diversity & Inclusion is data-driven and that technology can help us drive the change we need in the world.
Translator built the world's first and only 360° platform for enterprise Diversity & Inclusion. Their products are designed to empower employees with bottom-up, real-time tools and resources while enabling management with top-down, data-driven solutions to drive change and measure results.
That's why they built UNITY — the world's most advanced Diversity & Inclusion training system for corporations, schools and non-profits.
What is UNITY?
UNITY is changing how companies think about, prioritize, and deliver Diversity & Inclusion training. It's data driven, anonymous, and fun.
Features and Benefits
- SAFE & INCLUSIVE - UNITY is 100% private and anonymous at all times so individuals can express
themselves, ask questions, learn, and reflect on their own identity without fear.
- DIVERSITY & INCLUSION TEMPLATES - UNITY's Content Management System (CMS) allows session administrators to create and deliver real-time, digital exercises - all while using existing D&I curricula.
- MEASURABLE & DATA-DRIVEN - UNITY delivers real-time, de-identified data, enabling reflection and growth for participants while driving long-term D&I outcomes for management.
How does it work? Check out Translator's product demo:
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Want to learn more?
Fill out the form below, and join us at the Product Expo, part of the Diversity Reboot 2020 Summit, for a product demo of UNITY. We can't wait to see you there!
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