As a business leader, it's hard to decide what the "right" thing to do online is. Through the Human Rights Impact Assessment (HRIA), our team of experts assesses your project, and creates an actionable plan to help your team innovate responsibly.
You have access to an unprecedented amount of digital tools and data to help your company grow. Most business leaders want to implement these tools in an ethical way, but don't have the expertise on staff (or the time) to build the framework.
As technology evolves, we must redefine what it means to do business ethically. Corporate digital responsibility (CDR) is a set of practices that helps organizations align their use of technology with their values; socially, economically and environmentally responsible use of technology.
Consumer and technological trends that make now the ideal time to operationalize CDR at your company.
Evolving client expectations
Consumers are making value-driven decisions with their wallets.
Companies that are slow to adapt or intentionally mislead their customers will find it harder to catch up.
Some already exist, like accessibility compliance and data privacy laws. But more are coming, and quickly!
Show your customers you care before you’re required to by law.
Increased brand & financial risk
Lawsuits and data breaches cost you money and the respect of your customers.
CDR addresses data management and customer relations (and more) head on.
The companies who drive digital trends are establishing whole ethical tech teams.
Keep up with competitors and boost the quality of your product through CDR practices.